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LINEWORK — The use of modern live-line techniques permits the Commission's linemen to repair or 
modify transmission lines at all operating voltages without removing them from service. Rubber gloves 
and line-hose, as shown in the photograph, are now used for protection in work with lines at potentials 
to 8,000 volts. At higher voltages, linemen work either with live-line tools, or from elevated 
insulated buckets, using their bare hands. 



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The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 



Fifty-seventh 

Annual Report 

for the year 

1964 



This Report is published pursuant to The Power Commission Act, 
Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960, Chapter 300, Section 10. 



620 University Ave. Toronto, Canada 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

January 1, 1965 



W. Ross Strike, q.c. 
Chairman 



George E. Gathercole 
1st V ice-Chairman 



Robert J. Boyer, m.p.p. 
2nd Vice-Chairman 




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Lt.-Col. A. A. Kennedy, d.s.o., e.d. 
Commissioner 

D. P. Cliff 
Commissioner 



E. B. Easson 
Secretary 



J. M. Hambley 
General Manager 



H. A. Smith 
Chief Engineer 



E. H. Banks 

Assistant General Manager 
Finance 



D. J. Gordon 

Assistant General Manager 

Marketing 



H. J. Sissons 

Assistant General Manager 

Services 



C. B. C. Scott 

Assistant General Manager 

Personnel 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



Toronto, Ontario, May 10, 1965 



The Honourable W. Earl Rowe, P.C.(C), LL.D. 

Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario 

Sir: 

I have the honour to present the Annual Report of The Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission of Ontario for the year ended December 31, 1964. 

Power requirements in 1964 reached a new high of 7,210,200 kilowatts in 
December, exceeding the 1963 requirements of 6,796,900 kilowatts by 6.1 per cent. 
At the end of 1964, the capacity of the Commission's resources to meet these 
requirements was 7,775,750 kilowatts, including 7,158,750 kilowatts in generating 
stations owned by the Commission. 

The increase in power requirements in 1964 was over 400,000 kilowatts. 
Even larger increases can be expected in future years, as experience indicates that 
the long-term rate of growth in the demand for power approximates 6.5 per cent 
per annum. Since additional generating capacity, somewhat in excess of these 
requirements, will therefore be needed year by year, the Commission has already 
taken the initial steps for the construction of facilities that will be brought into 



service in the period 1965 to 1971. A reflection of this continuing growth was the 
Commission's authorization during the past year of the largest program expansion 
in any 12-month period in its history. The facilities to be added in the coming 
seven-year period, together with units already scheduled or under construction, will 
have a total installed capacity of 5,200,000 kilowatts. This total exceeds the 
capacity of all the resources available to the Commission as recently as 1957. 

These facilities include hydro-electric stations as well as conventional and 
nuclear thermal-electric stations. The major stations to be built are the 2,000,000- 
kilowatt coal-fired Lambton Generating Station near Sarnia, where four 500,000- 
kilowatt units are to be placed in service in the years 1968 to 1971, and the 
1 ,080,000-kilowatt Pickering Generating Station, a nuclear station, where one unit 
is scheduled for service in each of the years 1970 and 1971. 

It is expected that by 1975 the Commission will be providing over 3,000,000 
kilowatts in nuclear-generated power. There is every indication also that the Com- 
mission's present total resources will have to be increased to 22,000,000 kilowatts 
over the next 1 5 years, and this will mean that the Commission must build into its 
system during this period of 15 years twice the capacity that has been provided 
since the Commission was established nearly 60 years ago. 

In 1964 the main centres of construction activity were the thermal-electric 
Lakeview Generating Station near Toronto, the Douglas Point Nuclear Power 
Station near Kincardine, and two hydro-electric projects, Harmon and Kipling 
Generating Stations on the Mattagami River in northern Ontario. Other major 
construction activity included the first part of a two-year program for the rehabilita- 
tion and enlargement of the Chippawa Power Canal in the Niagara Falls area, and 
the continuation of work on the extra-high-voltage transmission line southward 
from the vicinity of Sudbury to Kleinburg Transformer Station. This line will bring 
power developed at the far northern sites to load centres in the Toronto area. 

With persistent low-water conditions in southern Ontario, the security and cost 
of fuel supply for the operation of the Commission's thermal-electric stations took 
on added importance. During 1964, purchases of coal from sources in Nova Scotia 
and the United States amounted to $29 million. In addition to a five-year contract 
negotiated in 1963 with Nova Scotia suppliers for 2,850,000 tons, the Commission 
now has two long-term contracts with United States sources covering the supply 
and delivery of fixed percentages of its total fuel requirements, and these arrange- 
ments have effected substantial reductions in the unit cost of coal. 

The cost per kilowatt-hour for electrical service to the ultimate customer can be 
maintained at the present satisfactory levels in the face of other rising costs only if 
operating and maintenance practices are steadily improved, and if the market for 
electric energy is expanded in order to make the most effective use of the facilities 
installed. The implementation of new methods and procedures, as a result of opera- 
tions research and the continuous search for improvements in work techniques, has 
made important contributions to this end. 



Revenue from the sale of primary power and energy in 1964 amounted to 
$288.8 million as compared with $269.5 million in 1963. Capital expenditures 
during the year were $110 million. 

To my fellow Commissioners I extend sincere thanks for their support and 
assistance in the administration of the Commission's affairs. 

The management and the staff at large have continued, as in the past, to meet 
their responsibilities with faithfulness and dispatch. Their contribution towards 
another year of achievement is gratefully recognized. 

The goal of the Commission and the associated municipal utilities is that 
electrical service shall be available at the lowest cost consistent with a modern and 
high standard of supply. In the pursuit of this goal, it is gratifying for me to 
acknowledge the continuing support of the municipal electric commissions and their 
staffs. Their support both as individual utilities and as members of the Ontario 
Municipal Electric Association and the Association of Municipal Electrical Utilities 
has been most effective in assisting with the problems and in meeting the challenge 
prevailing in the energy market today. 

Respectfully submitted, 



W. Ross Strike, 
Chairman. 



CONTENTS 

Letter of Transmittal ---------y 

List of Illustrations --------- x 

List of Diagrams ---------- xii 

Section Page 

FOREWORD 1 

Guide to the Report ._._._.. 6 

I OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS ------- 8 

Maintenance of the Systems - - - - - - - 15 

II FINANCE - ...... - 21 

Balance Sheet --------- 21 

Statement of Operations -------- 28 

Summary of the Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power - - 29 

Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies - - 30 

Equities Accumulated through Sinking Fund Provision and Interest 30 

Statement of Source and Application of Funds 32 

III MARKETING AND THE COMMISSION'S CUSTOMERS - 33 

Municipalities ---------- 35 

Direct Customers - - ------ 36 

Rural Electrical Service -------- 39 

Services to Customers -------- 42 

Reports from the Regions -------- 45 

IV PLANNING, ENGINEERING, AND CONSTRUCTION - 52 

Progress on Power Developments ------ 57 

Transformer Stations -------- 63 

Transmission Lines ---------66 

V RESEARCH AND TESTING ACTIVITIES 68 

VI STAFF RELATIONS --------- 79 

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Contents ix 

Appendix Page 

I OPERATIONS 87 

The Commission's Power Resources ------ 88 

Resources and Loads -------- 90 

Analysis of Energy Sales -------- 92 



II FINANCIAL 95 

Schedules Supporting the Balance Sheet ----- 96 

Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power - - - - 104 

Sinking Fund Equities Accumulated by Municipalities - - - 122 



III RURAL no 

Rates and Typical Bills for Rural Service - - - - 132 

Miles of Rural Line and Number of Rural Customers - - 136 

Customers, Revenue, and Consumption 1955-1964 - 138 



IV LEGISLATIVE ---------- 139 



Supplement 

MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE - - - - - - 141 

Financial Statements of the Municipal Electrical Utilities - 148 

Rates and Typical Bills -------- 200 

Customers, Revenue, and Consumption ----- 222 



Index - - 244 



ILLUSTRATIONS 

Live-line Work --------- Frontispiece 



Section Page 
FOREWORD 

Lambton Generating Station Model ...... 2 

Mountain Chute Generating Station Site ... - 6 



OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 

Lake Erie-Niagara River Ice Boom ------ 13 

Work on the Chippawa Power Canal - - - - - 14 

Muskeg Studies - - - - - - - - -16 

Hydro "Nanabush" -------- 17 



II FINANCE 

Lakeview Generating Station ------- 23 

Western Regional Office Building - 24 



III MARKETING AND THE COMMISSION'S CUSTOMERS 

Electrically Heated Home in Forest Glenn, Toronto Township - 34 

Electric Ground-thawing for Winter Work - 38 

Sentinel Lighting - - - - - - - - - 39 

Animal Husbandry in Controlled Environment - 42 
Electricity on the Farm -------- 43 

Home Information Centre ------- 44 

Windsor Utilities Commission Control Centre 45 

New Service Centre of the Sarnia Hydro-Electric Commission - 46 
Delivery of Nova Scotia Coal at Richard L. Hearn Generating Station 47 

Douglas Point Nuclear Power Station ----- 48 

Heat Exchange Units at Douglas Point Nuclear Power Station - 49 

Road to Mountain Chute Generating Station ... 50 



IV PLANNING, ENGINEERING, AND CONSTRUCTION 

Computer at Douglas Point Nuclear Power Station - - - 53 
Harmon Generating Station Powerhouse Structure ... 58 
Kipling Generating Station Headworks Area 59 
Douglas Point Nuclear Power Station- 
Turbine Generator -------- 60 

Workmen Completing Pressure-tube Assemblies 61 

Extra-high- voltage Transformer at Manufacturer's Plant - - 63 

Guyed Y-shaped and V-shaped Transmission Towers 66 



Illustrations xi 

RESEARCH AND TESTING ACTIVITIES 

New Bolometer with Improved Features .... 69 

Equipment for Stress and Vibration Studies .... 70 

Articulated Rubber-tired Vehicle for Use in Forestry and 

Maintenance --------- 73 

Semi-automatic Watt-hour Meter Testing ----- 74 

Watt-hour Meter Low-load Calibrator ----- 75 

Use of Loading and W'eighing Equipment in Structural Test 76 

Echo-free Room for Noise Study ------ 77 



VI STAFF RELATIONS 

Early Electrical Equipment at Ontario Hydro Museum - - 81 

Winter Work at Kipling Generating Station - 82 

New Staff Accommodation at Abitibi Canyon - - 64 



DIAGRAMS 

Section* Page 

FOREWORD 

Total Power Resources and Energy Production - 3 



OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 

Power Demands and Resources — East System - - - - 10 

Power Demands and Resources — West System - - - - - 1 1 

Primary Energy Demand Seasonally Adjusted - - - - 12 



II FINANCE 

Fixed Assets, Capital, and Long-term Liabilities 22 



III MARKETING AND THE COMMISSION'S CUSTOMERS 

Primary Loads — Municipalities ...... 35 

Primary Loads — Direct Customers ------ 36 

Miles of Line and Number of Customers — Rural ... 41 



Appendix 

III RURAL 

Sketch Map of Rural Operating Areas - - - facing page 132 



Supplement 

MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

Annual Energy Consumption and Average Cost per Kilowatt-hour 143 
Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Fixed Assets and Long-term Debt ----- 144 

Revenue --------- 145 



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FIFTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 



FOREWORD 



THE Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario is a corporate entity, a 
self-sustaining public enterprise endowed with broad powers with respect 
to electricity supply throughout the Province of Ontario. Its authority is derived 
from an Act of the Provincial Legislature passed in 1906 to give effect to recom- 
mendations of earlier advisory commissions that the water powers of Ontario 
should be conserved and developed for the benefit of the people of the Province. 
It now operates under The Power Commission Act (7-Edward VII, c. 19) passed 
in 1907 as an amplification of the Act of 1906 and subsequently modified from 
time to time (Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960, c. 300, as amended). The 
Commission may have from three to six members, all of whom are appointed by 
the Lieutenant-Governor in Council. Under the Act as amended early in 1962, 
two Commissioners may be members of the Executive Council of the Province 
of Ontario. 

The Power Supply 

Power is provided through the facilities of two operating systems, the East 
System and the West System, which, though not physically interconnected, are 
administered as a unit on behalf of the more than 350 co-operating municipalities, 
and other Commission customers. 

The Commission is primarily concerned with the provision of electric power 
by generation or purchase, and its delivery in bulk either for resale, chiefly by 



Foreword 




LAMBTON GENERATING STATION — This scale model shows how the station, to be constructed on 
the St. Clair River about 14 miles south of Sarnia at an estimated cost of $220 million, will appear 
when completed in 1971. The powerhouse will be a steel frame structure with aluminum cladding, 930 
feet long, and 220 feet high to the top of the boiler towers. The chimneys, both 550 feet high, will 
each serve two of the four 500,000-kilowatt units to be installed at the station. 



the associated municipal utilities, or for use by certain direct customers, for the 
most part industrial. This primary aspect of operations accounts for more than 
90 per cent of the Commission's energy sales. The remaining sales are made to 
retail customers either in rural areas or in certain communities not served by 
municipal electrical utilities. Apart from this particular operation by the 
Commission retail service throughout the Province is generally provided by the 
associated municipal electrical utilities, which are owned and operated by local 
commissions functioning under the general supervision of The Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission of Ontario as provided for in The Power Commission Act 
and The Public Utilities Act. 



Under this legislation, the Commission, in addition to supplying power, is 
required to exercise certain regulatory functions with respect to the municipal 
utilities served. In order to provide convenient expeditious service in this dual func- 
tion of regulation and supply, the Commission maintains offices in certain suitably 
located cities where local administration is provided for the seven administrative 
regions into which the Province is now divided. Following completion of the 
progressive amalgamation of the East Central and Eastern Regions in 1964, 
the East System now comprises six regions, the Western, Niagara, Central, 
Georgian Bay, Eastern, and Northeastern Regions. The West System, with the 
Northwestern Region, remains unchanged. The dividing line between the East and 
West Systems corresponds roughly with the boundary dividing the Thunder Bay 
District from the Districts of Algoma and Cochrane. 



Power Resources and Energy Production 







THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

TOTAL POWER RESOURCES AND ENERGY PRODUCTION 

MILLION KILOWATTS 


DECEMBER DEPENDABLE PEAK CAPACITY 






- 




— 7 

- 6 




OF POWER PURCHASED 
OF COMMISSION STATIONS: 

thermal-electric 
hydro-electric 






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- 3 
2 

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- 


- 




1 1 1 

1940 1945 1950 


1 1 

1955 1960 

BILLION 


KILOWATT-HOURS 


ANNUAL ENERGY PRODUCTION 






- 




40 
35 
30 
25 
20 
15 

— 10 

- 5 




PURCHASED 
GENERATED: 

at thermal-electric stations 
at hydro-electric stations 










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1940 


1 1 1 

1945 1950 1955 1960 



4 Foreword 

Financial Features 

The basic principle governing the financial operations of the Commission and 
its associated municipal electrical utilities is that service is provided at cost. In 
the Commission's operations, cost of service includes payment for power pur- 
chased, charges for operation, maintenance, and administration, and related 
fixed charges. The fixed charges represent interest, an allowance for deprecia- 
tion, and provision for a sinking fund for the retirement of the Commission's 
long-term debt. The municipal utilities operating under cost contracts with the 
Commission are billed throughout the year at interim rates based on estimates 
of the cost of service. At the end of the year, when the actual cost of service is 
established, the necessary balancing adjustments are made in their accounts. 
Retail rates for the municipal utilities are established at levels calculated to 
produce revenue adequate to meet cost. The Commission's retail rate structure 
for most rural services has been uniform throughout the Province since 1944. 

The enterprise from its inception has been self-sustaining. The Province, 
however, guarantees the payment of principal and interest on all bonds issued by 
the Commission and held by the public. In addition, the Province has materially 
assisted the development of agriculture by contributing under The Rural Hydro- 
Electric Distribution Act toward the capital cost of extending rural distribution 
facilities. 



Statistical 



1955 

Dependable peak capacity, December thousand kw 4,530 

Primary power requirements, December thousand kw 4,229 

Annual energy generated and purchased million kwh 26,555 

Primary million kwh 23,258 

Secondary million kwh 3,297 

Annual energy sold by the Commission million kwh 23,888 

Annual revenue of the Commission (net after refunds) million $ 162 

Fixed assets at cost million $ 1,573 

Gross expenditure on fixed assets in year million $ 115 

Total assets, less accumulated depreciation million $ 1,788 

Long-term debt million $ 1,209 

Transmission line circuit miles 16,115 

Primary rural distribution line circuit miles 43,851 

Average number of employees in year 17,278 

Number of associated municipal electrical utilities 343 

Ultimate customers served by the Commission and municipal utilities thousands 1,540 



Annual Summary 



Annual Summary 



Revenue from the sale of primary power and energy in 1964 amounted to 
$288.8 million as compared with $269.5 million in 1963. The cost of power 
allocated to customers in 1964 was $289.1 million after withdrawing $11.5 
million from the Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies, and 
after applying revenues of $3.1 million from the sale of secondary energy as an 
offset to the cost of primary power. The corresponding revenue from secondary 
sales in 1963 was $3.0 million. 

The main centres of construction activity during 1964 were the thermal- 
electric Lakeview Generating Station near Toronto, the Douglas Point Nuclear 
Power Station near Kincardine on Lake Huron, and two hydro-electric projects, 
Harmon and Kipling Generating Stations on the Mattagami River in northern 
Ontario. Other major construction activity included the first part of a two-year 
program for the rehabilitation and enlargement of the Chippawa Power Canal in 
the Niagara Falls area, and the continuation of work on the extra-high-voltage 
transmission line from the vicinity of Sudbury to Kleinburg Transformer Station 
near Toronto. 

At Lakeview Generating Station the third unit, though in service early in 
the year, was still undergoing commissioning tests at the end of the year. During 
1964 decisions were made to proceed with construction of the 2,000,000-kilowatt 



Summary 1955-64 



1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


1960 


1961 


1962 


1963 


1964 


4,552 


4,844 


5,761 


6,155 


6,526 


6,734 


7,088 


7,756 


7,776 


4,514 


4,784 


5,139 


5,556 


5,746 


5,949 


6,293 


6,797 


7,210 


29,523 


31,101 


31,450 


35,465 


37,709 


38,212 


39,885 


41,471 


44,399 


25,537 


27,405 


28,382 


31,546 


32,717 


33,861 


35,783 


37,644 


40,632 


3,986 


3,696 


3,068 


3,919 


4,992 


4,351 


4,102 


3,827 


3,767 


26,802 


28,288 


28,599 


32,073 


34,317 


34,807 


36,684 


38,466 


41,115 


183 


197 


198 


213 


229 


236 


249 


270 


289 


1,733 


1,931 


2,108 


2,248 


2,361 


2,462 


2,567 


2,665 


2,762 


173 


209 


191 


154 


132 


124 


114 


108 


110 


2,011 


2,255 


2,421 


2,548 


2,660 


2,780 


2,702 


2,753 


2,824 


1,392 


1,573 


1,692 


1,786 


1,844 


1,918 


1,938 


1,959 


1,999 


16,489 


16,717 


17,499 


17,713 


17,831 


17,971 


18,120 


18,642 


18,826 


44,492 


45,375 


46,438 


47,351 


47,896 


48,068 


48,562 


48,993 


49,173 


18,075 


19,597 


17,701 


15,866 


15,179 


15.097 


14,920 


14,387 


14,531 


350 


351 


354 


354 


354 


354 


355 


355 


357 


1,612 


1,674 


1,757 


1,830 


1,881 


1,939 


1,991 


2,042 


2,096 



Foreword 



coal-fired Lambton Generating Station near Sarnia, the 1,080,000-kilowatt Pick- 
ering Generating Station, which will be a nuclear-electric station on Lake Ontario 
east of Toronto, and Mountain Chute Generating Station, a 160,000-kilowatt 
hydro-electric station on the Madawaska River in eastern Ontario. 



GUIDE TO THE REPORT 

Details of the Commission's activities which have been briefly summarized 
in the foregoing paragraphs are given in the six sections and four appendices of 
the Report which follow. Operations, finance, and customer relations are the 
subjects of the first three sections and their related appendices. The narrative in 
Section I dealing with the production, purchase, and delivery of power is supple- 
mented in the text by reports of weather conditions, maintenance, communica- 
tions, and forestry, all of which are related to operations. Supplementary tables 
are in Appendix I. Section II includes the Commission's Balance Sheet, Statement 
of Operations, and certain supporting statements of general interest. In Appen- 
dix II are other supporting schedules and accounts, including the statements 




MOUNTAIN CHUTE GENERATING STATION — MADAWASKA RIVER — Work on this project in eastern 
Ontario began early in the fall of 1964. The diversion channel through which water will flow while 
the dam is being constructed can be seen in the middle foreground to the right of the river. High on the 
right bank is one of the two large revolver cranes which will place concrete for the dam from a high 
bridge spanning the valley. The large expanse of ice in the background covers Norcan Lake, part of the 
headpond of Barrett Chute Generating Station about 10 miles down stream. 



Guide to the Report 7 

of municipal sinking fund equities and of the allocation of the cost of primary 
power to municipalities. In Section III, consideration is given to various aspects 
of marketing and of service to the three main groups of the Commission's 
customers. Supplementary information on rural service is to be found in Appendix 
III. Another subsection of Section III, in the form of reports from the regions, 
deals with certain activities relative to service in municipal utilities. Many of 
these activities have involved participation by, or the assistance of, members of 
the Commission's staff. 

Engineering, construction, and research activities are discussed in Sections 
IV and V. Section IV deals with the planning and construction of power facilities. 
It includes descriptions of the more important construction projects and 
statistics relative to these and other facilities for the generation, transformation, 
and delivery of power. Section V contains reports on the progress of some of 
the tests and investigations being conducted by members of the Commission's 
Research Division. 

Section VI deals with aspects of employee relations, training, and staff 
administration. Appendix IV lists Orders in Council, and records legislation 
pertaining to the Commission's affairs. 

A large part of the Report is devoted to aspects of retail service to ultimate 
customers, especially that provided by the municipal electrical utilities. The 
commentary on these activities and the statistical tables applicable to them are 
brought together in a supplement to the Report entitled Municipal Electrical 
Service beginning on page 141. The complete municipal service supplement 
includes four statements: (1) Statement "A" — balance sheets, (2) Statement 
"B" — operating statements, (3) Statement "C" — rates, and (4) Statement "D" 
— other statistical information relating to the municipal systems. As the retail 
service provided by the Commission in certain municipalities not served by 
municipal electrical utilities is in all other respects comparable with that pro- 
vided by the utilities, these municipalities are included in the statistical summaries 
in the municipal supplement and are also listed in Statements "C" and "D". 



SECTION I 



OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 



STREAM-FLOW and storage conditions tended to show some improvement 
over the extreme conditions experienced in 1963. The improvement was 
most apparent in the Abitibi, Mattagami, and Mississagi River watersheds, where 
near-normal or above-normal conditions prevailed at the end of the year. In 
the northwest, conditions were more than satisfactory, and at the end of the year 
usable storage there was 15 per cent above normal. 

During the second half of the year, the flow southward from Lake Nipigon 
into Lake Superior was at its permissive maximum of 20,000 cfs, well in excess 
of the normal flow of 11,000 cfs. In conjunction with above-normal precipitation 
over Lake Superior, this brought about an increase in the discharge from Lake 
Superior into Lake Huron. The already below-normal inflow to Lakes Erie and 
Ontario, however, continued to deteriorate, and mean annual flows of the major 
rivers of the East System were still well below the average for the preceding 10 
years, by 18 per cent for the Niagara, 14 per cent for the St. Lawrence, and 22 
per cent for the Ottawa. The difficulties encountered in meeting energy require- 
ments in 1964 differed, therefore, from those in 1963 only in degree. 

Power Demands and Resources 

The table of Power Supply Statistics indicates an increase of 6.1 per cent 
in the power requirements of the Commission's customers. The increase is per- 
haps the more remarkable since the peak in 1964 occurred when power re- 
quirements were comparatively moderate because of the mild weather, whereas in 



Power Supply Statistics 9 

the previous year, a particularly high peak had been recorded as a result of the 
prevailing severe weather. 

There was no significant change in the capacity of the Commission's power 
resources during 1964. The third 300,000-kilowatt unit at Lakeview Generating 
Station was in service in the spring, and again in the autumn after major turbine 
repairs. It was still undergoing commissioning tests at the time of the peak load 
in December. Only the output of the first two units in service at this station is 
therefore included in the figure for dependable peak capacity. The capacity of 
the third unit will continue to be limited until modifications are made to some 
of the turbine blading. 

Total energy generated and purchased by the Commission exceeded the 1963 
total by 7.1 per cent, hydro-electric production being up 3.1 per cent to 27.1 



POWER SUPPLY STATISTICS— 1964 

(Figures for 1963 and Per Cent Change in Italic) 





East System 


West System 


Total 


Resources 










Dependable peak capacity 
December 


kw 
kw 


7,089,250 

7,069,750 

toy 

•J /o 


686,500 
686,500 


7,775,750 
7,756,250 

■icy 


Requirements 










Primary 

Peak— Annual maximum 


kw 
kw 


6,745,290 

6,351,426 

6:2% 


464,910 

445,480 

4.4% 


7,210,200* 
6,796,906* 
6.1% 


Energy — Total annual 


kwh 
kwh 


37,643,614,970 

34,872,790,819 

7.9% 


2,987,871,666 
2,771,734,954 

7.8% 


40,631,486,636 

37,644,525,773 

7.9% 


Loads 

Primary and Secondary 
Energy — Total annual 


kwh 
kwh 


40,486,070,576 
37,796,977,868 

7.1% 


3,912,861,205 
3,674,207,316 

6.5% 


44,398,931,781 
41,471,185,184 

7.1% 


Primary Only 

Energy — For use in Ontario 


kwh 
kwh 


37,317,596,630 

34,517,095,353 

8.1%c 


2,987,871,666 

2,771,734,954 

7.8% 


40,305,468,296 
37,288,830,307 

8.1% 


Total annual 


kwh 
kwh 


37,643,614,970 

34,872,790,819 

7.9% 


2,987,871,666 
2,771,734,954 

1.0 /o 


40,631,486,636 
37,644,525,773 
7.9% 



*These annual maxima are the arithmetic sum of the December coincident peaks for each 
system. 



10 



Operation of the Systems 



billion kilowatt-hours, thermal-electric production up 10.8 per cent to 8.6 billion 
kilowatt-hours, and purchases from other suppliers up by 17.2 per cent to 8.7 
billion kilowatt-hours. The increase in hydro-electric production was attributable 
in part to the availability throughout 1 964 of two units at Little Long Generating 
Station, and the third and fourth units at Otter Rapids Generating Station, all 
of which had been available for only part of 1963. Other contributing factors 
were improved flows on the Ottawa River and on rivers in the northeastern part 
of the province, and the availability of the extra-high-voltage line from Pinard 
Transformer Station to Hanmer Transformer Station, which facilitated the trans- 
mission of power from the northern stations. For the first time since the spring of 
1954, substantial amounts of power were transferred southward from the North- 
eastern Region throughout the period of high stream flows in the north. The 
increase in power purchased resulted largely from the fact that considerable 
quantities of energy were available from Quebec suppliers. 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



POWER DEMANDS AND RESOURCES 



EAST SYSTEM 



MILLION KILOWATTS 



DECEMBER DEPENDABLE PEAK CAPACITY 

of power purchased 

of Commission generating stations 

DECEMBER PRIMARY PEAK REQUIREMENTS 



U 




Y\ 



Power Demands and Resources 



Jl 



The expanded operation of thermal-electric stations because of the continuing 
low-water conditions in southern Ontario resulted in an increase in coal consump- 
tion from 2.9 million tons in 1963 to 3.1 million tons in 1964. During 1964, 
purchases of coal from sources in Eastern Canada and the United States amounted 
to $29 million. In addition to a five-year contract negotiated with Nova Scotia 
suppliers in 1963, the Commission now has two long-term contracts with United 
States suppliers covering the provision and delivery of specified percentages of its 
total fuel requirements. These arrangements have effected substantial reductions 
in the unit cost of coal, and will therefore have a favourable bearing on the 
cost of power. The Commission's coal requirement in 1964, that is actual con- 
sumption plus the equivalent of 840,000 tons represented by energy purchased 
from other utilities as an alternative to production from the Commission's thermal- 
electric stations, was 3,920,000 tons as compared with 3,400,000 tons in 1963. 

On an annual basis, the output of the Commission's thermal-electric stations 
in the East System was equivalent to 27 per cent of the East System generation 
as compared with 25 per cent in 1963. As already noted, interconnections were 
used extensively for the purchase of thermal displacement energy, and as a 













THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

POWER DEMANDS AND RESOURCES 

WEST SYSTEM 


r-j 




KILOWATTS 

— 600.000 

— 500.000 

— 400.000 

— 300.000 

— 200.000 

— 100.000 




of power purchased 

of Commission generating stations 




i 














— . — *PRIMARY PEAK REQUIREMENTS 


/ 


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/ 




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V 


r' 


.-» 


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1 1 1 

1940 1945 1950 1955 1960 

*Maximum peak recorded between September and December each year. 



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Operation of the Systems 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

PRIMARY ENERGY DEMAND 



AVERAGE 
MEGAWATTS 



Seasonally Adjusted 




Actual 



1962 



1963 



1964 



COMBINED SYSTEMS ENERGY DEMAND SEASONALLY ADJUSTED — The heavy black seasonally 
adjusted curve is a more readily interpreted and continuous indication of variation in the rate of growth 
than the actual curve, since the former is freed of the fluctuations associated with the seasons. The 
scale is a measure of energy demand per hour. The figure plotted for any month is the number of 
megawatt-hours (thousands of kilowatt-hours) divided by the number of hours in the month. It follows 
that any figure plotted, when multiplied by the number of hours in the year, would give the annual 
rate of energy demand at that point in time. 



source of emergency reserve. Had thermal displacement energy not been avail- 
able, the Commission's thermal-electric resources would have been called upon 
to provide 31 per cent of the total East System generation. 

On-power fuelling at the Nuclear Power Demonstration station, carried 
out for the first time in November 1963, was continued as a routine operation 
throughout 1964 in 280 successful fuel shifts. The Douglas Point Nuclear Power 
Station, according to the present schedule, is to be on the line in the summer of 
1966. The Commission has agreed to provide training and commissioning services 
on behalf of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited for a station of similar size and 
design to be built in India, and the first group of Indian staff arrived for training 
in the autumn of 1964. 



Operating Incidents of Importance 

On January 13, 1964, unfavourable winds and ice in the Niagara River 
restricted the daily average flow in the river to 89,400 cfs, the lowest level since 



Operating Incidents of Importance 



13 



the inception of records of daily rates in 1926. On this occasion, drawdown of 
storage at many of the Commission's stations was accelerated, and the maximum 
use was made of interconnections with other utilities. An ice boom placed across 
the entrance to the river late in 1964 as a joint project of the Commission and 
the Power Authority of the State of New York has already proved its worth in 
restricting ice accumulation in the river. 

On June 23, high winds brought down six towers of the ehv line between 
Pinard and Hanmer Transformer Stations. The line was out of service for five 
days while a wood-pole diversion was constructed around the damaged towers. 
On August 1 the failure of a breaker to open resulted in fire damage to the 
generator stator of Unit 3 at Caribou Falls Generating Station. The carbon- 
dioxide fire prevention system was effective in confining the fire damage. 

As part of a two-year plan to rehabilitate and improve the Chippawa Power 
Canal, the canal was dewatered from May until the end of October. It was 
returned to service on November 1 so that the maximum amount of water would 
be available during the winter heavy load period. 







LAKE ERIE - NIAGARA RIVER ICE BOOM — The sharply scalloped ice edge across the centre of the 
photograph indicates the position of the ice boom which was placed across the Lake Erie entrance to 
the Niagara River in December 1964 as a joint undertaking of Ontario Hydro and the Power Authority 
of the State of New York. The boom is expected to accelerate the rate of ice cover formation over the 
lake, and to reduce the frequency and extent of the movement of lake ice down the river with its 

adverse effects on power production. 



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Operation of the Systems 




WORK ON THE CHIPPAWA POWER CANAL — Four main phases of the work of rehabilitation and 
enlargement carried out along parts of the 7 '/j -mile canal during 1964 are shown in the photographs. 
UPPER LEFT — A high-pressure monitor on a barge is used before the canal is fully dewatered to scale 
soil and loose rock from the upper walls. UPPER RIGHT — A fast-setting mixture of cement and sand 
is sprayed from a movable scaffold over wire mesh applied on the upper walls. Sections of wall 
treated in this way can be seen in the foreground at either side of the canal. LOWER LEFT — Blasting 
mats are placed before charges are detonated to shatter concrete and rock at the bottom of the canal. 
LOWER RIGHT — An excavator scoops up shattered rock, which is removed from the canal by the 

trucks in the background. 



Mechanical Maintenance 15 



MAINTENANCE OF THE SYSTEMS 

Mechanical Maintenance 

Water-wall tube failure attributable to corrosion in the boilers for Units 
5 and 6 at Richard L. Hearn Generating Station was the occasion in 1964 for the 
first acid cleaning of the boiler tubes since the units were placed in service. This 
was followed by preventive treatment in similar fashion for the boilers of Units 
7 and 8, which involved the removal of substantial quantities of copper and iron. 
It would appear that boilers operating at or in excess of 1,800 pounds pressure 
should be acid cleaned on a three-year cycle. 

Further study is being given to the problem of the economic disposal of fly 
ash. Though small quantities having an acceptably low carbon content can be 
used as a cement replacement in concrete, the most likely solution to the disposal 
problem will be sintering to produce light-weight aggregate. 

When turbo-generators at Richard L. Hearn Generating Station were started 
up following the replacement of blades during overhaul, and subsequently when 
they were under full load, vibration checks were made to provide information 
for routine checking and for analyzing balancing needs for other units. Con- 
tinuous careful study of maintenance problems at the conventional thermal- 
electric stations permits more effective evaluation and recommendations for the 
purchase of new equipment. 

Internal inspections of the three reinforced concrete chimneys at Richard L. 
Hearn Generating Station, and detailed inspection of chimney No. 1 at Lakeview 
Generating Station have added materially to the store of information on the 
maintenance of tall chimneys. 

A new bearing baffle and vacuum exhaust system for removing oil vapour 
from the lower guide bearing were designed and installed on the frequency 
changer at Sir Adam Beck-Niagara Generating Station No. L This equipment 
is working well and oil leakage, which had been excessive, is now minimal. The 
program of converting to automatic turbine greasing was intensified during 1964. 

Extensive concrete repairs in the Northeastern Region included such items 
as resurfacing the George W. Rayner Generating Station breaker deck, repairing 
the downstream substructure wall of the powerhouse at Matabitchuan Generating 
Station and the sluiceway pier at Upper Notch Generating Station, and raising 
the core wall of Wawaitin Generating Station dam. 

A comprehensive maintenance program was carried out to ensure service- 
ability of the Chippawa Grass Island Pool Control Structure. Two sets of struc- 
tural steel frames, concrete ballast slabs, and emergency gates, one set for the 
upstream area and the other for the downstream area, are required to dewater 



16 



Operation of the Systems 

i 




MUSKEG STUDIES — As part of a one-week "Muskeg School" held for Commission foresters in the late 
spring of 1964, a field party, under Dr. Norman Radforth of McMaster University, studies the bog- 
like conditions that are one of the major factors with which the Commission must contend in the opera- 
tion and extension of its system. Dr. Radforth, the bearded man at the centre of the group, is an 
internationally known authority on muskeg, its properties and classification. 



a rollway area to permit work on the gate. Since the installation and removal 
of this equipment required approximately one-third of the time available for 
work on each gate, it was evident that additional dewatering equipment would 
expedite the job and result in monetary savings. The use of one additional set 
of structural steel frames eliminated double handling of the concrete ballast 
slabs and effected a saving of slightly over $7,000 this year, with further savings 
expected in subsequent years. In addition, the work scheduled was completed in 
the time allotted. 

A new helicopter hangar at Malton was completed in May 1964. It will 
not only house the helicopter fleet, but will also provide space for an adminis- 
trative office, and for work and storage. 

The changing condition of the rock face above the Ontario Power Generating 
Station at Niagara Falls gave rise to a recommendation for a variety of protective 
and investigatory measures with a view to devising a satisfactory solution to the 
condition by late summer in 1965. 

Both units at Little Long Generating Station required major repairs and 
modifications of speed-ring stay-vanes which had cracked as a result of fatigue 



Electrical Maintenance 



17 



induced by vibration. A joint team made up of staff of Ontario Hydro and of 
the manufacturer consisting of seven men per 12-hour shift during the peak 
work period and additional grinders as required, worked about one month on each 
machine and applied more than 3,000 pounds of welding electrode. The units 
were returned to service in September with restrictions on the tailwater elevation 
limiting the flexibility of the station as a peaking plant. When subsequent tests 
showed that the modifications were effective in eliminating vibration, these 
restrictions were removed. 

Electrical Maintenance 

The number of stator-winding failures in hydraulic generators was more than 
usually high in 1964. It was possible by making repairs with the coils in place, 
or by cutting out the defective coils, to keep most outages to a minimum. Four 
units, however, did require complete stator-winding replacements. One of these, 
a 28,000-kva unit at Caribou Falls Generating Station was returned to service in 
four months, which, considering the size of the unit, is a relatively short period. 
The failure of the 50,000-kva frequency changer at Sir Adam Beck-Niagara 
Generating Station No. 1 required the complete dismantling of both the winding 
and stator-iron assemblies, an extensive operation that was completed in four 
months. 




A familiar and often reassuring sight to inhabitants of the Manitoulin Island area of Georgian Bay, 

Ontario Hydro's sturdy 39-foot work-boat "Nanabush" carries line crews and heavy equipment to 

service cottage customers in locations not readily reached by other means. 



18 



Operation of the Systems 



Line Maintenance 

By stringing replacement conductors under tension, the line maintenance 
crews are now able to install improved facilities without disconnecting the oper- 
ating circuits. The latter are set out sufficiently from the poles and structures by 
the use of standard live-line tools to provide safe clearance for the carefully con- 
trolled stringing of the heavier conductor by means of the tensioning equipment. 
The changeover to the new facilities can then be made by bare-hand techniques, 
employing insulated bucket trucks, without service interruption. Inspection of 
spacer-dampers on certain sections of the ehv line, also without interruption of 
service, was carried out through the use of an insulated bucket truck. 

For the high-voltage underground cable system the major maintenance require- 
ment was the replacement or repair of sheath insulators and the repair of joints 
where solder wipes were defective. For the relocation of approximately 2,000 
circuit feet of cable between Richard L. Hearn Generating Station and Toronto- 
Main Transformer Station, a new technique was applied for the first time, the 
use of a steel messenger wire to relieve the pulling tension on the cable. Oil-o-static 
cable has been selected for installation on the circuit to Toronto-Dufferin Trans- 
former Station. 




STRINGING NEW CIRCUIT OVER LIVE LINES — A new line-stringing procedure which permits a trans- 
mission circuit to be strung above another on the same poles without removing the lower circuit from 
service was thoroughly tested and used for the first time in 1964 in stringing 24 miles of new 44,000- 
volt line in the Commission's Northwestern Region. The machines at the left are used to pay out the 
new conductors and maintain the tension required to keep them from contacting the live lower lines 
while they are pulled over blocks on the crossarms by another machine about three miles down the 
line. The operators, standing on grounded steel mats bonded to the machines, are kept at the same 
potential as the machines and are thus protected against accidental shocks if one of the new con- 
ductors were to contact a live line. On the pole at the right, live-line tools are used to spread the 
lower live lines in order to create clearance for the new conductors as they pass from the tensioners 
at ground level to blocks on the top crossarms of the further poles. 



Line Maintenance and Forestry 19 

The helicopter, both as a construction tool and as a vehicle for line and 
right-of-way maintenance, continues to have wide use in the Commission's opera- 
tions. A large machine was used in constructing the 1 1 5-kv line between Kapus- 
kasing and Hearst, and in laying submarine cable in the vicinity of Parry Sound. 
The total fleet of ten machines was in the air approximately 5,650 hours during 
the year, in part for the foregoing construction work and for other construction 
work at Little Long Generating Station and on the ehv line, in part for inspection 
patrol of approximately 153,000 circuit miles of transmission line and the chemical 
spraying of rights-of-way. 



Forestry 

As part of a continuing training program, the Commission's entire staff of 
forestry foremen participated by groups of 12 in week-long technical conferences 
dealing with the latest developments in arboriculture, and recent improvements 
in tools, equipment, and materials. 

The Commission's booklet on general specifications for the chemical spraying 
of vegetation was revised in 1964. It now contains the most up-to-date infor- 
mation on brush control, weed spray and soil sterilization. An additional supply 
of the Commission's booklet, A Guide for the Selection of Trees for City Streets, 
was printed. Over 1,000 copies have been distributed to the Commission's cus- 
tomer municipalities, and in answer to enquiries from other organizations, some 
of which were outside the province. 

Forestry work generally is rapidly reaching the point where pruning for line 
clearing can be done on a four-year cycle. In some regions the ideal of a three- 
year cycle is virtually attainable, with less trimming work therefore being required 
on the shorter cycle. The result has been an over-all increase of more than 13 
per cent in the number of trees treated in the past year in the course of clearing 
some 15,000 miles of transmission and rural distribution lines. Under a short-cycle 
schedule good protection can be given to lines at considerably reduced cost. 
Although the removal of large numbers of trees attacked or overcome by Dutch 
elm disease has in recent years required substantial assistance by contractors, the 
Commission's forestry staff may, under the now prevailing conditions, be able to 
handle the tree removal program. 

Experiments with a new chemical, tordon, indicate that it may have superior 
qualities in controlling conifer growth. Further field trials will be made in 1965 
to determine its future use in the Commission's spraying operations. Among 
other new techniques is the stereoscopic interpretation of aerial photographs of 
rights-of-way to establish the nature of the terrain over which the spray equipment 
must move and thus determine whether wheeled, track, or aerial equipment is 
best suited to the job. In addition, the most convenient access roads and water 
supply points can be located. 



20 Operation of the Systems 

During the year the Commission acquired five trim-lift trucks, and nine 
timber jack vehicles, bringing the total in use to 10 and 11 respectively. The 
latter is a wheeled vehicle with an articulated frame, particularly well suited 
for operation over rough, hilly terrain. 



SECTION II 



FINANCE 



THE Balance Sheet and the Statement of Operations are included in this section 
of the Report, together with the Summary of the Allocation of the Cost of 
Primary Power and three other statements (1) Reserve for Stabilization of Rates 
and Contingencies, (2) Equities Accumulated through Sinking Fund Provisions 
and Interest and (3) Source and Application of Funds. Supporting statements and 
schedules are in Appendix II, which includes a detailed statement of the allocation 
of the cost of primary power. This statement itemizes for each municipality its 
share of the total cost of power, the amount billed under its interim rate and the 
resulting refund or additional charge. 

The statement of assets held for the pension and savings and insurance funds 
is set out separately in the Staff Relations section on page 85. 

The customers of the Commission are subdivided into three main groups. 
The group designated as Municipalities comprises the municipal electrical utilities 
served with power at cost for resale to their customers. The second group is the 
Direct Customers. These are for the most part industrial companies, some located 
within the boundaries of the Municipalities and some outside these boundaries, 
but all served directly by the Commission. Finally there are the retail customers 
of the Commission located either in rural areas or in certain towns, townships, and 
villages where the Commission owns the distribution facilities. 

21 



22 



Finance 



Financial Position 

Fixed assets less accumulated depreciation increased by $63.8 million 
during the year, and at December 31, 1964 amounted to $2,362.6 million. 

The expenditures on fixed assets during 1964 amounted to $110.1 million, 
including outlays of $26.3 million on hydro-electric generating facilities and $29.7 
million on thermal-electric generating stations. The major outlays in the hydro- 
electric generation total were expenditures of $16.8 million on the Mattagami 
River projects, $3.8 million on the Queenston-Chippawa Canal, and $1.7 million 
on the Mountain Chute project on the Madawaska River. The total on thermal- 
electric generating stations was in large part the expenditure of $27.5 million at the 
Lakeview Generation Station. Expenditures of $16.8 million on transformer sta- 
tions and $16.3 million on transmission lines include $3.7 million on extra-high- 
voltage stations and $8.3 million on extra-high-voltage lines. Of the $18.6 million 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

FIXED ASSETS, CAPITAL. 
AND LONG-TERM LIABILITIES 



MILLION 
DOLLARS 



2.500 



2.000 



500 



1.000 



500 



LONG-TERM 
LIABILITIES 




T 

1950 



T 

1955 



sen 



I960 



Financial Position 



23 







LAKEVIEW GENERATING STATION — When this photograph was taken in August 1964, the first and 
second 300,000-kilowatt units at the station were in service, installation of the third and fourth units 
was well under way, and the erection of steel work and the stack for the fifth and sixth units had 
begun. The station will house a total generating capacity of 2,400,000 kilowatts in eight units by 1968. 



expended on retail facilities, the Province of Ontario contributed $519,872 to 
assist in the construction of rural facilities in northern Ontario. 

Long-term liabilities were $1,999.3 million at December 31, 1964, reflecting 
a net increase of $40.5 million during the year. New borrowings amounted to 
$140.0 million. 

The balance in the Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies 
amounted to $133.3 million at the end of 1964, down $5.8 million from the 
balance at the end of 1963. This reserve has been established to absorb the effects 
on costs of variations in stream flows, the possibility of loads falling short of the 
levels forecast when generating facilities were planned, major physical damage to 
plant and equipment or their premature retirement, exchange risk on debt payable 
in United States funds, and other contingencies arising in the operations of the 
Commission. It is not used to offset normal increases in cost. 



Equities accumulated through sinking fund provisions and interest increased 
by $37.5 million during 1964 to an accumulated amount of $514.1 million at 
the year end. Of the amount provided, $21.0 million were used to retire bonds 
and to repay provincial advances. 



24 



Finance 



Revenues 

In 1964 the Commission's revenues from the sale of primary power and 
energy exceeded 1963 revenues by 7.2 per cent and amounted to $288.8 million 
after refunds of $624,166 to municipalities to adjust interim revenue to allocated 
cost. Revenue from municipalities amounted to $167.7 million; although there 
were some increases in rates, the increase of 9.8 per cent over revenue for the 
previous year was due primarily to increased sales. Largely as the result of increased 
sales, revenue from the Commission's retail customers rose by 4.2 per cent to 
$71.1 million, and revenue from customers served directly by the Commission 
with power in bulk rose by 3.1 per cent to $50.0 million. 

Costs 

Costs before reserve withdrawals amounted to $300.6 million, and were $13.5 
million, or 4.7 per cent greater than comparable 1963 costs. The costs of opera- 
tion, maintenance, administration, purchased power, and fuel rose by $7.8 million 
and at $135.1 million were 6.1 per cent greater than comparable 1963 costs. 
Other factors contributing to higher costs were an increase in interest expense of 
$3 million, which results mainly from the issue of bonds in 1964, and an increase 
of $2.4 million in the provision for depreciation, which reflects the growth in 
fixed assets in service. A withdrawal of $11.5 million was made from the Reserve 
for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies to offset abnormal costs resulting from 




WESTERN REGIONAL OFFICE BUILDING — The effective use of electricity in the Commission's new 
administration office in London, Ontario provides an unusually good working environment. In all 
working areas, light of high intensity but without glare is provided by fluorescent luminaires. An air- 
conditioning system employs a heat pump to collect the waste heat from these lighting units and other 
equipment. By redistributing this heat, it warms the building in winter, and by removing the heat, 
cools it in summer. The system includes supplementary resistance heaters, but these are used in the 
day-time only during unusually cold weather. 



Revenues and Costs 25 

adverse stream-flow conditions. After this withdrawal, the total cost allocated to 
customers in 1964 was $289.1 million, up 8.6 per cent over the corresponding cost 
in 1963. 

Data Processing 

The main effort during the year was given to engineering and scientific appli- 
cations, and to the first stage of the materials information system, which will 
provide for inventory control and other allied functions. Considerable modifica- 
tion was needed also to data processing systems already in operation. 



26 



Finance 



THE HYDROELECTRIC POWER 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT 

(with comparative figures 



ASSETS 



1964 



1963 



Fixed Assets at Cost: 

In service 

Under construction 

Less accumulated depreciation 



Frequency Standardization: 

Cost to be written off in future years 

Current Assets: 

Cash 

Temporary investments, at market value. . . . 

Accounts receivable 

Coal at cost 

Tools and equipment at cost less depreciation 
Other materials and supplies at cost 



Deferred Charges and Other Assets: 

Bond discount and expense less amounts written off 

Long-term accounts receivable 

Other assets 



$ 

2,640,079,934 
122,154,822 


$ 

2,572,296,159 
92,646,527 


2,762,234,756 
399,684,737 


2,664,942,686 
366,223,335 


2,362,550,019 


2,298,719,351 


143,445,954 


159,497,539 


12,129,816 
4,100,000 
40,197,811 
21,109,376 
13,177,475 
11,951,194 


7,536,955 
5,750,000 
39,882,072 
19,985,126 
12,209,994 
11,258,148 


102,665,672 


96,622,295 


22,018,986 
3,927,303 
5,285,023 


19,839,464 
3,575,784 
5,541,698 


31,231,312 


28,956,946 



Investments: 

Investments at amortized cost — approximate market 

value $181,861,000 (1963— $164,960,000) 
Reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies. . 

Sinking fund 

Employer's liability insurance fund 



138,201,477 

43,122,729 

3,234,537 

184,558,743 



140,212,307 

25,594,667 

3,215,929 

169,022,903 



2,824,451,700 2,752,819,034 



AUDITORS' REPORT 

We have examined the balance sheet of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario as at December 31, 1964> 
and the statements of operations and source and application of funds for the year ended on that date. Our examination 
included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of the accounting records and other supporting 
documents as we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, the accompanying balance sheet and statements of operations and source and application of funds 
present fairly the financial position of the Commission as at December 31, 1964, the results of its operations, and the 
changes in its working capital for the year ended on that date. 

CLARKSON, GORDON & CO. 

Chartered Accountants. 
Toronto, Canada, 
May 7, 1965 



Balance Sheet 



27 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
DECEMBER 31, 1964 

as at December 31, 1963) 



LIABILITIES, RESERVE, AND CAPITAL 

1964 



1963 



$ $ 
Long-Term Liabilities: 

Funded debt 1,991,226,300 1,949,245,300 

Advances from the Province of Ontario 9,102,657 10,685,726 

Total at par of exchange, including $60,762,894 maturing 

in 1965 2,000,328,957 1,959,931,026 

Less exchange discount (net) incurred on $345,900,657 

payable in United States funds 1,056,266 1,116,668 

1,999,272,691 1,958,814,358 

Current Liabilities: 

Interest accrued on long-term liabilities 28,105,614 26,611,598 

Accounts payable and accrued charges 23,136,354 26,136,826 

51,241,968 52,748,424 

Deferred Liabilities 

Customers' deposits 5,042,459 4,707,501 

Employer's liability insurance fund 3,257,167 3,171,367 

8,299,626 7,878,868 



Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies 



133,312,498 139,068,625 



Contributed Capital: 

Equities accumulated through sinking fund provisions and 

interest 

Province of Ontario, assistance for rural construction 



514,141,475 
118,183,442 

632,324,917 



476,645,189 
117,663,570 

594,308,759 



2,824,451,700 2,752,819,034 



Note 

Commitments under uncompleted contracts for the construction of fixed assets are 
approximately $150,000,000. 



28 



Finance 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 

(with comparative figures for 1963) 



1964 



1963 



Cost of Primary Power: 

Operating, maintenance, and administrative expenses 88,741,299 85,861,325 

Power purchased 18,166,473 14,929,753 

Fuel used for electric generation 28,223,435 26,516,929 

135,131,207 127,308,007 

Interest (Note 1) 71,903,937 68,945,813 

Depreciation . 40,129,173 37,689,579 

Contribution to Capital — sinking fund provision and 

interest (Note 1) 37,153,668 37,983,714 

Amortization of frequency standardization cost (Note 2) . . . . 19,442,529 18,257,158 

Sales of secondary energy 3,104,752 3,022,388 

Total, before reserve withdrawals . . 300,655,762 287,161,883 

Withdrawals from the reserve for stabilization of rates and 

contingencies (Note 3) 11,507,117 20,933,540 

Cost of primary power allocated to customers 289,148,645 266,228,343 

Amounts Billed for Primary Power: 

Municipalities (at interim rates) 168,345,300 154,480,457 

Direct customers 50,020,452 48,520,247 

Retail customers 71,072,737 68,238,026 

Total 289,438,489 271,238,730 

Excess of Amounts Billed over Cost 289,844 5,010,387 

Credited to Municipalities 624,166 1,705,444 

Transferred to the reserve for stabilization of rates and 

contingencies 334,322 3,304,943 

289,844 5,010,387 

Notes 
1. Interest cost includes interest on long-term liabilities and the reserve, less interest capitalized and interest earned on 
investments. The 1963 comparative figures have been adjusted to reflect the reclassification of interest on sinking 
fund equities from Interest to Contribution to Capital. 

2 The frequency standardization assessments shown above comprise charges to certain customers 
based on the average of their 12 monthly peaks as follows: 

$5.00 per kilowatt to all 60-cycle customers in the standardized area of the former Southern 

Ontario System $17,843,967 

$1.25 per kilowatt to direct and retail customers in the former Northern Ontario Properties. 970,978 

18,814,945 
In addition an amount equal to the net revenue on the export of 60-cycle secondary energy 
from the former Southern Ontario System has been appropriated as in prior years for the 

amortization of frequency standardization costs 627,584 

Total amortization as shown in the Statement of Operations $19,442,529 



Summary of the Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



29 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

SUMMARY OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE COST OF 
PRIMARY POWER 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 





Munici- 
palities 


Direct Customers 


Retail 

Customers 






Within 
Munici- 
palities 


Outside 
Munici- 
palities 


Total 


Primary Power and Energy Supplied 
during Year: 

Average of 12 monthly peaks in kilowatts. . 


4,115,442.2 
24,316,413.6 


413,571.0 
3,121,510.2 


835,514.0 
5,975,053.2 


793,223.2 
4,336,377.9 


6,157,750.4 
37,749,354.9 






Cost of Primary Power: 

Cost excluding items shown below 

Frequency standardization assessments 
(Note 2) 


$ 

166,666,354 

15,660,513 
6,870,993 


$ 

17,216,873 

444,697 
525,509 


$ 

34,701,737 

825,067 
33,229 


$ 

70,808,737 

1,884,668 
123,153 


$ 

289,393,701 
18,814,945 


Credits resulting from matured sinking fund 


7,552,884 




175,455,874 
7,734,740 


17,136,061 
763,913 


35,493,575 
1,543,290 


72,570,252 
1,465,174 


300,655,762 


Withdrawals from the reserve for stabiliza- 
tion of rates and contingencies (Note 3). . 


11,507,117 


Cost of primary power allocated to 


167,721,134 
168,345,300 


16,372,148 
16,146,103 


33,950,285 
33,874,349 


71,105,078 
71,072,737 


289,148,645 


Amounts Billed for Primary Power .... 


289,438,489 


Excess of Amounts Billed over Cost: 


624,166 








624,166 


Transferred to the reserve for stabilization 


226,045 


75,936 


32,341 


334,322 









Notes (continued) 

3. Withdrawals from the reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies have been computed 
on the basis of the average of the 12 monthly peaks and applied to reduce costs at the following 
rates: 



$1.85 per kilowatt to all customers 

$1.50 per kilowatt to municipalities formerly served by the Thunder Bay System and 
charged to that portion of the reserve held specifically for their benefit 



4. The cost of primary power allocated to retail customers totalling $71,105,078 includes retail 
distribution costs of $35,098,583. 



$11,374,069 



133,048 



$11,507,117 



5. The cost of primary power allocated to individual municipalities is shown on pages 104 to 121. 



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Finance 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

RESERVE FOR STABILIZATION 

for the Year Ended 



Balances at December 31, 1963 

Add: Interest for the year at rates approximating the earnings on investments 
held for the reserve 



Deduct: 

Withdrawals in the year applied in reduction of cost of power 

General 

Low-voltage cost relief 

Excess of cost over amounts billed to direct and retail customers 
Net loss on redemption of funded debt and sale of investments. 

Balances at December 31, 1964 



Held for the 

Benefit of All 

Customers 



122,633,525 
5,685,069 



128,318,594 



11,374,069 



312,092 



11,686,161 



116,632,433 



EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 

for the Year Ended 



Balances at December 31, 1963 

Add: 

Interest at 4% per annum 

Provision in the year — direct 

— indirect 

Equity transferred through annexations 

Deduct credits resulting from matured sinking funds. 
Balances at December 31, 1964 



Notes 
1. Unallocated sinking fund equities consist of: 

(a) $46,893,895 contributed to January 1, 1962 by persons previously served for 
the account of the Province of Ontario, and $4,304,841 accumulated to 
January 1, 1962 by sinking fund provisions in respect of administrative and 
service buildings and equipment, and 

(b) interest for 1962, 1963 and 1964 on these balances. 

The amounts contributed by these persons and provided in respect of these 
assets in 1962, 1963 and 1964 and the related sinking fund credits have been 
allocated to Municipalities and the Rural Power District. 



Statements of Reserve and Contributed Capital 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

OF RATES AND CONTINGENCIES 
December 31, 1964 



31 



Held for the Benefit of Certain Groups of Customers 




Municipalities 


Direct Customers 


Retail 
Customers 




Low- Voltage 
Cost-Relief 


Former 

Thunder Bay 

System 


Within 
Municipalities 


Outside 
Municipalities 




$ 
1,081,163 

43,247 


$ 
364,054 

16,890 


$ 
3,145,504 

145,932 


$ 
8,282,740 

384,272 


$ 
3,561,639 

165,241 


$ 
139,068,625 

6,440,651 


1,124,410 


380,944 


3,291,436 


8,667,012 


3,726,880 


145,509,276 




133,048 








11,507,117 


43,247 








43,247 






226,045 


75,936 


32,341 


334,322 






312,092 














43,247 


133,048 


226,045 


75,936 


32,341 


12,196,778 


1,081,163 


247,896 


3,065,391 


8,591,076 


3,694,539 


133,312,498 



SINKING FUND PROVISIONS AND INTEREST 
December 31, 1964 



Allocated 


Unallocated (Note 1) 




Municipalities 


Rural Power 
District 


Province of 
Ontario 


Administrative 
and Service 

Buildings and 
Equipment 


Total 


$ 
346,982,343 

13,879,294 

17,113,219 

251,994 

381,344 


$ 
74,286.293 

2,971,452 

8,527,526 

90,624 

381,344 


50,7 S 20,437 
2,028,817 


$ 
4,656,116 

186,245 


S 
476,645,189 

19,065,808 
25,640,745 






342,618 














378,608,194 
7,396,502 


85,494,551 
156,383 


52,749,254 


4,842,361 


521,694,360 

7,552.885 








371,211,692 


85,338,168 


52,749,254 


4,842,361 


514,141,475 



Notes (continued) 
2. The sinking fund provision and interest in the Statement of Operations consists 
of the following amounts: 

I nterest at 4% per annum 

Direct provision in the year 



$19,065,808 
25,640,745 



Less credits resulting from matured sinking funds 



44,706,553 
7,552,885 

S37. 153,668 

3. Sinking fund equities accumulated by individual municipalities are shown on 
pages 122 to 129. 



32 Finance 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

STATEMENT OF SOURCE AND APPLICATION OF FUNDS 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 

(with comparative figures for 1963) 

1964 1963 



«t> <p $ $ 

Funds Provided: 

From Operations — 

Charges to cost of power not affecting working capital: 

Depreciation 40,129,173 37,689,579 

Contribution to capital — sinking fund provision and 

interest 37,153,668 37,983,714 

Amortization of frequency standardization cost 19,442,529 18,257,158 

Interest added to reserve for stabilization of rates and 

contingencies 6,440,651 6,673,959 

Other items (net) 4,385,254 107,551,275 4,097,292 104,701,702 

Less credits to cost of power not affecting working capital: 

Withdrawals from reserve for stabilization of rates 

and contingencies 11,507,117 20,933,540 

Interest on funded debt allocated to frequency stand- 
ardization account 5,918,876 17,425,993 6,455,764 27,389,304 

90,125,282 77,312,398 

Deficiency or excess of direct and retail customers' 

revenue over cost 334,322 3,304,943 

Total funds provided from operations 89,790,960 80,617,341 

From Net Increase in Long-Term Debt — 

Issues of $140 million of bonds ($120 million in 1963), 

net of discount and issue expense 135,246,768 117,178,457 

Less retirement of Commission bonds and repayment of 

Provincial advances 99,834,307 35,412,461 99,181,084 17,997,373 

Miscellaneous 827,178 1,381,256 

126,030,599 99,995,970 

Funds Applied: 

Expenditures on fixed assets, less proceeds from sales, etc. 103,279,808 106,746,366 
Purchases of general and sinking fund investments, less 

proceeds from sales and maturities 15,200,958 8,880,105 

Net increase or decrease in working capital 7,549,833 15,630,501 

126,030,599 99,995,970 



SECTION III 



MARKETING AND THE COMMISSION'S CUSTOMERS 



At the end of the year, 2,095,755 ultimate customers were being served by the 
Commission and the associated municipal electrical utilities, 543,345 of this 
total being retail customers in rural areas, and in 28 communities where the 
Commission owns and operates the distribution facilities. In this section of the 
Report, the subdivisions dealing with customers' loads include the municipalities, 
the direct customers and, of the Commission's retail customers, only those in the 
rural areas. Retail customers in the 28 separate communities are dealt with in the 
statistics and commentary at the beginning of the Municipal Service Supplement. 

Load Building 

With the co-operation of the municipal electrical utilities, and the support of 
those who share a common interest in the advancement of the electrical industry, 
the Commission's load-building program moved forward to the achievement of 
new goals in the past year. 

During 1964, commercial installations amounting in total to about 60,000 
kilowatts of electric heating were completed. Three in every four motels newly 
opened for business in the province in 1964 were electrically heated, for a total 
of 100 installations, while 71 churches, 54 schools, and 51 apartment buildings 

33 



34 Marketing and the Commission's Customers 

with a total complement of 2,650 suites also made a major contribution to the 
60,000-kilowatt increase in electric-heating load. 

Nearly 6,800 all-electric homes were completed in 1964. A substantially 
increased proportion of these homes was located in new subdivision developments, 
where co-operative arrangements made with builders and the local utilities have 
provided for the installation of underground service and for other attractive fea- 
tures that have greatly facilitated sales in the mass housing market. 

Following the introduction during 1964 of ducted systems of electric house 
heating, a program of instruction was launched in conjunction with the National 
Warm Air Heating and Air Conditioning Association to ensure that customers 
choosing ducted systems enjoy the same kind of quality control found in the more 
familiar types of installation, and in the industry's Triple Seal Program. 

With the introduction of marketable equipment in the form of electric boilers 
for use in hot-water heating systems, the Commission has rounded out its electric 
heating program to include them. In collaboration with the Canadian Hydronics 
Association, and the Canadian Plumbing and Mechanical Contractors Association, 
the Commission is engaged in developing satisfactory standards for this type of 
installation suitable for older houses where heating systems are being changed over. 




ELECTRICALLY HEATED HOME — This attractive house is one of the first to be completed in Forest 
Glenn, a new subdivision in Toronto Township which eventually will include a total of 750 Medallion 
All-Electric Homes. Forest Glenn is the first major subdivision in Ontario to use electric forced-warm- 
air heating systems, which combine the best features of both electric and forced-air heating. 



Municipalities 



35 



Over 300 information centres have been established for the convenience of 
customers seeking guidance and assistance in planning electric-heat installations. 
These centres have served also to co-ordinate special promotions featuring the 
modernization of particular areas and equipment in the home — the kitchen, the 
laundry, and the use of supplementary electric heating. 

Through the Home Economics Classroom Equipment Program, the Com- 
mission, the utilities, and the manufacturers and distributors of electrical equipment 
jointly provide for the regular replacement of the most up-to-date major electrical 
appliances — ranges, refrigerators, dishwashers, washing machines, and clothes 
dryers — for use in over 700 classrooms where instruction is offered in the proper 
use and maintenance of this equip- 
ment. 



Ontario Hydro's farm custom- 
ers continued to make greater use of 
electricity especially in poultry brood- 
ing and farrowing operations during 
1964. In order that customers can 
take advantage of new developments 
in automatic equipment, the service 
entrance capacity of over 3,000 
farm services was increased during 
the year, and assistance in the re- 
planning of many farm electrical 
services was provided. 



MUNICIPALITIES 

This subsection relates only to 
the first group of Commission cus- 
tomers as shown in the Statement of 
Operations in the Finance Section, 
the municipalities served under cost 
contract. Their number was increased 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

MUNICIPALITIES 
PRIMARY POWER AND ENERGY DELIVERED 



POWER 



ANNUAL ENERGY 



T 

1950 1955 1960 

*Maximi:m monthly sum of the coincident peak loads 



to 356 during 1964 when the Village of Plantagenet and the Township of Nepean 
became cost-contract customers of the Commission, effective April 1 and July 1 
respectively. They were formerly served by the Commission's distribution facilities. 



Statements "A" and "B" in the Municipal Service Supplement include balance 
sheets and operating statements for these 356 municipal electrical utilities, and for 
the Township of Chapleau, a municipally owned utility that continues to be served 



36 



Marketing and the Commission's Customers 



in part by the Commission as a direct customer under a fixed-rate contract. State- 
ments "C" and U D" include rate schedules and statistics relative to residential, 
commercial and industrial power service for all the foregoing municipally owned 
utilities as well as for a further 28 communities in which the Commission owns and 
operates the distribution facilities. Neither this group of 28 communities nor the 

Township of Chapleau is, however, 
included in the statistics presented 
in the text and graph on this page. 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

DIRECT CUSTOMERS 
INDUSTRIAL 

PRIMARY POWER AND ENERGY DELIVERED 



Power 



Annual Energy 



The 356 cost-contract utilities 
are billed at an interim rate per kilo- 
watt of their monthly peak loads 
throughout the year, the peak load 
for any month being the maximum 
average demand over a period of 20 
consecutive minutes in the month. 
As the system peak load usually oc- 
curs in December, the peak load for 
that month is given for each munic- 
ipality in Statement "D". The sum 
of the peak loads supplied by On- 
tario Hydro to the 356 cost-contract 
municipalities in the year 1964 was 
4,769,920 kilowatts as compared 
with 4,393,647 kilowatts in 1963, 
the annual increase being 8.6 per 
cent. It should be pointed out that 
for a few municipalities having their 
own sources of generated or pur- 
chased power, some part of the peak 
load shown in Statement "D" may 
have been supplied other than by 
the Commission. The energy delivered to the municipalities during 1964 
amounted in total to 24.3 billion kilowatt-hours, exceeding the 22.4 billion kilo- 
watt-hours delivered in 1963 by 8.7 per cent. 



1950 



1955 



DIRECT CUSTOMERS 



Revenue received from direct customers as shown in the Statement of Opera- 
tions in the Finance Section includes that received from 14 utilities having contracts 
for the supply and interchange of power, and from the Township of Chapleau, 
a municipal electrical utility served under a fixed-rate contract. The number of 
direct customers declined in 1964 from 200 to 171, chiefly because of the transfer 



Direct Customers 



37 



Primary Power and Energy Supplied to Direct Industrial 
Customers by Types of Industry 



Type of Industry 



Pulp and Paper 

Mining 

(a) Gold 

(b) Silver and Cobalt 

(c) Base Metals 

(d) Uranium 

(e) Non-Metals 

Quarrying, Cement and Basic Building 

Materials 

Steel and Electrometallurgical 

Abrasives 

Chemical, Electrochemical, and Cyanamid. . 

Grain Elevators and Milling 

Transportation Services and Communication 

Government Services and Institutions 

General Manufacturing 

Miscellaneous 

Total 1,261,055 1,289,502 



Average of the 


Annual Energy Delivered 




Monthly Peak Loads 
















Increase 


1963 


1964 


1963 


1964 


or 










Decrease 


kw 


kw 


kwh 


kwh 


% 


351,099 


358,138 


2,348,510,350 


2,518,130,332 


7.2 


85,809 


85,561 


570,325,156 


567,208,849 


0.5 


5,581 


5,518 


28,749,406 


28,276,484 


1.6 


196,626 


218,364 


1,397,345,355 


1,595,430,745 


14.2 


49,487 


40,540 


329,242,523 


270,364,632 


17.9 


6,421 


5,473 


34,223,742 


25,226,164 


26.3 


37,948 


33,148 


201,001,220 


188,499,670 


6.2 


139,424 


160,067 


735,773,334 


876,537,100 


19.1 


69,848 


78,804 


525,021,745 


609,031,520 


16.0 


207,926 


204,359 


1,568,791,053 


1,595,916,390 


1.7 


5,048 


3,828 


17,033,067 


10,656,960 


37.4 


9,058 


10,797 


46,397,947 


68,685,479 


48.0 


37,556 


30,757 


179,518,036 


148,575,734 


17.2 


49,727 


32,787 


246,219,429 


161,836,584 


34.3 




21,361 


49,369,850 


54,766,589 


10.9 



8,277,522,213 



8,719,143,232 



5.9 



of customers from direct service to service by the municipal or rural distribution 
facilities. 

Fluctuations in the power and energy requirements of the Commission's 
direct industrial customers, as presented in the accompanying graph, to some 
extent reflect these changes in the composition of the group. In 1964 the 156 
customers in the industrial segment included 74 mines, 18 pulp and paper com- 
panies, and 41 companies engaged in basic or secondary manufacturing. Only the 
industrial customers are included in the table and the graphical presentation. 

The sum of the primary peak loads of these industrial customers reached its 
maximum for any one month in April when at 1,324,500 kilowatts it exceeded the 
maximum of 1,283,388 kilowatts recorded in September 1963 by 3.2 per cent. 

Sales of primary energy to direct industrial customers were up in total by 
5.9 per cent, the three major contributing groups being base metal mining, pulp 
and paper, and steel and electrometallurgical customers. There was a fairly sharp 
upswing in base metal mining, but mining as a whole yielded priority for the 
second time since 1937 to the pulp and paper industry as the largest consumer of 
primary energy supplied by the Commission. There was a notable upward trend 



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Marketing and the Commission's Customers 



also in the rate of increase in energy consumption for customers in the abrasives 
industry and in transportation services and communications. 

Primary Loads of Interconnected Systems 

The maximum monthly sum of the primary peak loads of the interconnected 
utility systems declined by 4.1 per cent from the 1963 level of 64,616 kilowatts to 
61,954 kilowatts in 1964. The annual primary energy delivered to this group 
declined by 8.6 per cent from 428,988,696 kilowatt-hours in 1963 to 391,939,067 
kilowatt-hours in 1964. 



Sales of Secondary Energy 

Sales of secondary energy were also down, for the fourth successive year, in 
1964 by 1.7 per cent. Declines were registered in secondary sales both to inter- 
connected systems and to industrial customers, the former by 1.9 per cent to 
3,090,430,167 kilowatt-hours, and the latter by 1.2 per cent to 590,122,014 kilo- 
watt-hours. The corresponding sales in 1963 were 3,148,710,534 kilowatt-hours, 
and 597,353,624 kilowatt-hours respectively. 




ELECTRIC GROUND-THAWING FOR WINTER WORK — Used during sub-zero weather by a Fort William 
contractor in preparatory surface work for the construction of a sewer, the electric ground-thawing mats 
at the left softened the ground to a depth of three feet in three days, making it ready for trenching 

as shown at the right. 



Rural Electrical Service 



39 



RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

The large accumulation of construction and service requirements built up 
during the years of World War II resulted in a rapid expansion of rural facilities 
that reached a climax in 1949 and 1950, when the Commission recorded the 
largest net increases in miles of rural line and number of rural customers respec- 
tively. Following the progressive satisfaction of these pent-up needs, the rate of 
growth gradually levelled off. The effect on the rural distribution network of this 
reduction in the rate of growth has been aggravated by the postwar expansion of 
many municipalities, an expansion that inevitably results in their annexation of 
those parts of the rural areas where there is a high customer density per mile of 
line. Other high-density areas have withdrawn from the rural distribution network 
to become new cost-contract municipalities. 

In the period of accelerated growth, the Commission was not only extending 
and improving its distribution facilities, but adding substantial numbers of new 
customers to lines already in service, thereby improving the general average of 
customer density per mile of line. Today, although construction and improvement 
of facilities go on, the loss of areas of high customer density is reflected in a 
decline in the general average of customer density per mile of line, and in recent 
years even in declines in the total number of customers served by rural facilities. 




end off ct dawn, im- 



This "Sentinel" yard-light, photo-electrically controlled to be turned on at dusl 
proves the safety, security, and convenience of the farm-yard during the hours of darkness. It is also 
effective for commercial areas. Of the total of 3,700 of these dusk-to-dawn light.ng units installed 
on a rental basis by the end of 1964, approximately 30 per cent were for farm serv.ee, and 70 per 

cent for commercial service customers. 



40 



Marketing and the Commission's Customers 

NET INCREASE IN MILAGE OF PRIMARY LINES 

AND 

NUMBER OF CUSTOMERS DURING 1964 





Miles 
of 


Number of Customers 


Regions by Systems 


Residential 




Com- 






















Primary 








Sub- 


Com- 


mercial 










Line 


Farm 


Rural 


Hamlet 


urban 


mercial 


Summer 


Summer 


Power 


Total 


East System 






















Western 


25.34 


40 


226 


240 


387 


19 


15 


64 


32 


943 


Niagara 


11.73 


10 


271 


390 


126 


22 


23 


99 


46 


987 


Central 


80.50 


337 


43 


1,301 


1,607 


161 


3 


39 


2 


195 


Georgian Bay 


113.54 


94 


361 


96 


591 


53 


150 


2,206 


46 


3,597 


Eastern 


39.31 


402 


273 


517 


7,609 


397 


62 


1,385 


38 


7,243 


Northeastern 


94.50 


331 


373 


42 


282 


68 


47 


298 


15 


794 


Total 


125.30 


1,006 


1,461 


1,050 


4,616 


396 


300 


4,091 


99 


1,117 


West System 






















Northwestern 


54.65 


178 


200 


111 


69 


105 


7 


277 


4 


595 


Total — All Systems 


179.95 


1,184 


1,661 


939 


4,547 


291 


307 


4,368 


103 


522 



In 1964, there was a net decrease of 522 in number of customers, bringing 
the total served at the end of the year to 511,988. The effect of extensions to the 
network and the additions of new customers was offset by the transfer of ap- 
proximately 170 miles of line and 4,600 customers to municipal utilities 
during the year through annexations, and by the loss of 10,400 customers to new 
cost-contract municipalities. The total miles of rural distribution line in service, 
however, rose by 180 miles to 49,173. Rural residential, summer, and industrial 
power services showed increases in number of customers; the other classes of 
service showed declines, farm service by 1,184 to 135,680 at the end of 1964. 

Revenues, energy consumption, and average consumption per customer rose 
for all classes of service, while average cost per kilowatt-hour to the customer 
declined. The average annual consumption per farm service customer rose to 
8,006 kilowatt-hours, up 3.9 per cent from the average in 1963. 

The response to the Sentinel Lighting Program, formerly known as dusk to 
dawn lighting, was most favourable, and the installation of 3,750 units during 
1964, for the most part for commercial premises, greatly exceeded the most 
optimistic expectations. 



A IVi per cent reduction in the electric house-heating rate for hamlet, rural 
residential, and farm customers was introduced, effective in December 1964. At 
the same time, all-electric rates, house-heating service included, were introduced 
for customers classified as suburban, hamlet, or rural residential, the energy 
normally to be supplied through one meter. The resulting savings in metering 



Miles of Line ami IS umber of Customers — Rural 



41 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



NET INCREASE 
IN YEAR 



MILES OF RURAL PRIMARY LINE 



£ 



T 

1935 



Jl 



1940 



1945 



1950 



TOTAL AT 
END OF YEAR 



hn 



1960 



JET INCREASE 
IN YEAR 



NUMBER OF RURAL CUSTOMERS 



TOTAL AT 
END OF YEAR 



XL 



M 



U u 

D 



T 

1935 



I 

1940 



1960 



'DECREASE — ': 



42 



Marketing and the Commission's Customers 



and billing costs could not be realized during the early stages of house-heating 
promotion, since at that time there was need for very specific data on energy 

use, particularly as it related 
to guarantees that annual 
house-heating costs would not 
exceed specified maxima. 

Higher customer - density 
requirements have been intro- 
duced for the extension of 
service to summer cottages as 
a primary factor in the control 
of what might be excessive 
capital expenditures for this 
service. Other administrative 
changes with respect to condi- 
tions of supply have, however, 
been introduced to facilitate 
service or to reduce the cost, 
not only to summer service 
customers but to residential 
and farm service customers. 
For large farm service, for 
example, the Commission will 
now provide a self-protected 
transformer complete with cir- 
cuit breaker, thus relieving the 
customer of most of the ex- 
pense of providing his own main service-entrance equipment and breaker switch. 
The Commission's experience is that customers, thus encouraged to install the addi- 
tional electrical equipment they need, substantially increase their purchases of 
electric energy. 




ANIMAL HUSBANDRY IN A CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT — 
Adjustment of a thermostat controls the electric floor-cable 
heating in this hog farrowing barn. The floor cable is installed 
only in areas at the sides of the pens, where it provides 
the best conditions both for the sows and for the young pigs. 
Supplementary heat to ensure proper balance throughout the 
building is provided from fan-forced electric heaters mounted 
near the ceiling. 



SERVICES TO CUSTOMERS 



Public Relations 



Due recognition is given to the importance of adequate and continuous com- 
munication in keeping the general public, as well as the entire Hydro organization, 
including the associated municipal utilities, informed regarding Commission poli- 
cies, objectives, and achievements. 

In addition to the production of film, radio, and television material, and the 
provision of speakers and displays for special occasions, particular attention has 
been given recently to the more extended use of printed publications. Ontario 
Hydro News continues to be circulated to some 8,000 subscribers giving items 
of general interest to the public with respect to the Commission and the utilities. 



Electrical Inspection 



43 



The leaflet periodical, Talking Points, featuring topics of particular interest to the 
utility industry and its customers, is addressed to commissioners and senior staffs 
of the utilities and to selected news media. Early in 1964, Hydroscope, a semi- 
monthly news publication, was introduced for distribution to all employees and 
pensioners. 

The extent of general public interest in the Commission's operations is evident 
in the recorded visits of some 810,000 persons to major generating stations, and 
the attendance of a further 612,000 at various types of displays, fairs, and exhibi- 
tions. This public interest is also reflected, and no doubt enhanced, through the 
participation of over 300,000 students in the province in the public-speaking 
contest sponsored by the Commission in association with the Ontario School 
Trustees' and Ratepayers' Association. 

Electrical Inspection 

Under The Power Commission Act the approval of electrical equipment and 
the inspection and approval of its installation are the responsibility of the Com- 
mission. Approval may be given through the adoption of reports made by the 
Canadian Standards Association Testing Laboratories or by other recognized testing 




ELECTRICITY ON THE FARM — The transformer on the pole in this farmyard is of the 'completely 
self-protected" type, first installed on the Commission's rural network in 1964. 



44 



Marketing and the Commission's Customers 



agencies. On the other hand, when equipment has been custom-built, or manu- 
factured as other than a regular line, or when equipment similar to Canadian 
Standards Association certified models has been installed without the required 

evidence of approval, it must 
be inspected by Commission 
representatives. 

Electrical-inspection re- 
quirements are constantly 
changing as wiring techniques 
and design in equipment are 
developed to meet the needs 
of modern electrical living. 
During the past year, 625,000 
inspections of wiring and 
equipment were made in do- 
mestic, commercial and indus- 
trial premises. The tariff for 
this service was revised during 
the year for publication early 
in 1965. 

All the safeguards offer- 
ed by painstaking inspection 
are insufficient unless the gen- 
eral public displays reasonable 
care and understanding in the 
use of electrical equipment. 
Ten of the nineteen fatal acci- 
dents attributable to electrical 
causes during 1964 resulted from contact by the victims with overhead conductors. 
In 200 fires attributable to electrical causes during the year, the evidence indi- 
cates that the origins of the fires were for the most part simple carelessness, the 
improper use of extension cords, or the failure of items of equipment, whether 
this equipment was industrial and commercial equipment, or domestic appliances. 




In order to make information conveniently available regarding 
home improvements incorporating a variety of applications 
of electricity such as lighting, built-in appliances, and supple- 
mentary heating, the Commission, by the end of 1964, had 
established over 300 Home Modernization Centres throughout 
Ontario. These are located in its own offices and those of the 
municipal electrical utilities, and on the premises of electrical 
distributors, contractors, and building supply houses. 



Rate Research 

With a view to maintaining an appropriate allocation of cost to the various 
classes of customers, careful study is being given to the load characteristics of 
electrically heated motels and apartment buildings, and to those homes which 
are completely electric except for space heating. Studies have been made, or 
are being made of shopping centres and business areas in the municipalities, 
and of an all-electric subdivision. In connection with an AMEU load survey, 
special metering was installed in two subdivisions to provide data for planning 
the transformer capacity requirements for various types of residential districts. 



Reports from the Regions 



45 



Several projects undertaken in co-operation with the AMEU Rates Com- 
mittee include the investigation of kva billing, minimum billing regulations, 
allowances for customer-owned transformation, rates for standby service, and 
the development of general purpose rates for commercial and industrial power 
service customers. A complete study of rural retail rates was also made with 
a view to reducing the number of variants in the tariffs in order to reflect more 
appropriately the differences in cost between customer groups of high and low 
density. Rates for all-electric service were introduced for rural residential cus- 
tomers in the fall of the year. 



REPORTS FROM THE REGIONS 

Western Region 

Coincident with the 50th anniversary of the Commission's first service to 
Windsor, a new Windsor Utilities Commission control centre was officially opened 
on September 11, 1964. The year also saw the formal openings of a new service 
centre in Sarnia, and of new office and service buildings in Mitchell and Riverside. 

Extensive primary distribution system changes were carried out in Courtright, 
Forest, and Wyoming, and preparatory work was undertaken in Stratford for the 




WINDSOR UTILITIES COMMISSION CONTROL CENTRE — Officially opened at the Windsor Utilities 

Commission's 50ih Anniversary celebration, this new control centre is built on the concrete foundation 

that originally supported the Utilities Commission's first substation. 



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Marketing and the Commission's Customers 




NEW SERVICE CENTRE OF THE SARNIA HYDRO-ELECTRIC COMMISSION — With a total floor area 
of 38,000 square feet, the electrically heated service centre includes administrative offices, a meter 
shop, storage and equipment maintenance areas, and a garage for the utility's fleet of 29 service 

vehicles. 



placing under ground of all distribution facilities in the main business district. 
In Chatham, a program of street lighting improvement was undertaken with the 
introduction of mercury-vapour lights on steel standards, and a policy was adopted 
for the installation of new residential services under ground. 

Niagara Region 

Industrial expansion was particularly noteworthy in Brantford, where the 
electrical load of the local Commission increased by 10 per cent in 1964, and in 
Hamilton where two major steel companies had installed a total of 35,000 kva 
of new connected load during the year. Another steel manufacturer replaced a 25- 
cycle electric furnace with one of 6,000-kva, 60-cycle capacity. This furnace load, 
formerly supplied by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, is now 
served by the Hamilton Hydro-Electric Commission. Extensions to the under- 
ground systems in both municipalities were carried out. 

A new office and service building of the electrical utility in Waterloo was 
officially opened in September 1964. A new utility office building to be con- 
structed in Delhi will have a heat-pump installation. Further progress in the 
promotion of electric-heat installation is evident in the connection of 139 apart- 
ment units in Burlington, and the supplying of two large apartment buildings in 
Hamilton, having a total of nearly 500 suites. 



Continuing load growth required the establishment of new substations in 
Brantford, Burlington, Gait, Hamilton, Niagara Falls, St. Catharines, and Welland. 
Further improvements to street lighting were made in Brantford and Hamilton 
through the installation of mercury-vapour lights. The Guelph Commission has 



Reports from the Regions 



47 



now completed a five-year program of changing 4,000 incandescent lights to 
mercury-vapour or fluorescent types, and the Kitchener Public Utilities Commis- 
sion is engaged in installing 7,000 mercury-vapour lights. 

A total of nearly 950 rural customers and three direct customers of the 
Commission were transferred to the municipal utilities in Simcoe and Port Colbornc 
as a result of municipal annexations. 



Central Region 

A strong trend toward apartment building continued in the Metropolitan 
Toronto area, though in North York approximately 70 per cent of the nearly 
8,100 new domestic services connected were single-family dwellings. The largest 
all-electric residential development in the Region, and at present the largest served 
by the Commission, was the Forest Glenn Subdivision in Toronto Township, which 
includes 750 detached and semi-detached houses. It is the first major subdivision 
to use forced warm air in ducted household-heating systems incorporating central 
electric furnaces. It is served by underground distribution and street-lighting 
facilities. In Ajax, the newly built garage and storage facilities of the local Com- 
mission are electrically heated. 




NOVA SCOTIA COAL AT ONTARIO HYDRO GENERATING STATION — The Cape Breton Miner, recently 
built at Port Weller, Ontario, for Upper Lakes Shipping Limited, completes a return voyage through the 
inland and coastal waters between Toronto and Sydney, Nova Scotia, about once in every 10 days 
during the navigation season to bring a cargo of approximately 22,000 tons of Nova Scotia coal to 
supply the Commission's thermal-electric stations. She is shown here discharging cargo at R.chard L. 
Hearn Generating Station on her maiden voyage in the late spring of 1964. 



48 



Marketing and the Commission's Customers 



Increased transformer-station capacity was installed in Brampton, Richmond 
Hill, and in the Townships of Etobicoke, North York, and Scarborough to meet 
growing residential and industrial loads. The Bowmanville Public Utilities Com- 
mission increased the capacity of its No. 1 station from 3,000 kva to 5,000 kva, 
and the Uxbridge Public Utilities Commission completed construction of a 5,000- 
kva station to supersede the former Commission-owned 2,000-kva substation. In 
Markham, major extensions to the distribution network were undertaken. 

The Toronto Township Hydro-Electric Commission extended the scope of its 
operations by purchasing the rural distribution system in the balance of the Town- 
ship, including that part of Toronto Gore Township which had been annexed by 
Toronto Township in January 1964. Distribution lines, formerly Commission- 
owned and amounting in total to 1 1 8 miles, were taken over together with service 
to more than 2,350 customers. Service to three former direct industrial customers 
of the Commission was also assumed by the local utility. 

Growth in the annual peak load of the Toronto Hydro-Electric System 
approximated three per cent, bringing the 1964 figure to 677,334 kilowatts. The 
main improvements in facilities during the year included the further expansion of 
the underground cable network by a total of 129 miles, 13.4 miles being 15-kv 
cable for primary feeders and for supply to six large power-service customers. 




DOUGLAS POINT NUCLEAR POWER STATION — A joint undertaking of Atomic Energy of Canada 

Limited and Ontario Hydro, this nuclear-electric generating station under construction on the shore of 

Lake Huron near Kincardine is expected to be in service by the summer of 1966. 



Reports from the Regions 49 

The addition of 45 miles of duct, together with the associated transformer and 
access facilities, brought the total length of underground duct owned by the utility 
to 2,167 miles. 

Construction was begun 
in 1964 for the extension of 
the Teraulay Station to accom- 
modate an additional 4,000 
kva of capacity scheduled for 
installation in 1965. The ca- 
pacity of a station in the Uni- 
versity of Toronto area was 
expanded by 50 per cent to 
meet the growing requirements 
of the University. 

A total of 295 electrically 
heated suites in four apartment 
buildings was added in 1964. 
Construction was begun on a 
27-storey office building which 
will make use of heat pumps 
and heat recovery from all 
available sources in the build- 
ing. The estimated demand 
for this building will be 3,500 
kilowatts. For a new large 
bank and office complex un- 

, , , DOUGLAS POINT NUCLEAR POWER STATION — Heavy water 

der Construction in the dOWn- heated in the reactor is pumped through tubes in the U- 
tOWn area an estimated 4 000 shaped shells of the heat exchangers, where it surrenders its 

heat to ordinary water to produce steam for the turbine 
kilowatts Of Construction generator. Three of the eight heat-exchange units being 

power will be provided. The ins,alled are shown - 

structure, when complete, will have a demand for power of approximately 18,000 

kilowatts. 

Georgian Bay Region 

Service to municipal utility customers on the east side of Lake Simcoe was 
improved by the placing in service of Beaverton Transformer Station. New sub- 
stations were also placed in service in Midland and Orangeville, and the capacity 
of the substation serving the Village of Dundalk was increased. 

Eastern Region 

Considerable improvement was made to the Peterborough Utilities Commis- 
sion primary distribution system, including the addition of two 4,000-kva sub- 
stations to incorporate facilities taken over from the rural distribution system in 
connection with a major annexation. The Public Utilities Commission of the City 




50 



Marketing and the Commission's Customers 



of Kingston added approximately 20,000 kilowatts to its total load in taking over 
from the Commission the supply of a major direct customer. Major capital con- 
struction in Kingston included the extension of the 44-kv system, the enlargement 

of the 4-kv underground fa- 
cilities in the main business 
section, and considerable 
street - lighting improvement. 
In the Village of Maxville 
also, extensive improvement 
in street lighting was carried 
out. 

In Belleville, the under- 
ground distribution system 
was enlarged in two new 
residential subdivisions, one 
of which is all-electric. The 
Village of Chesterville Hydro 
System introduced a policy of 
supplying underground serv- 
ice without extra charge to 
electrically heated houses. 



New 44 — 2.4-kv. substa- 
tions with capacities of 3,000 
kva and 2,000 kva respec- 
tively were placed in service 
in Carleton Place and Egan- 
ville, and a new 5,000-kva 
substation was constructed 
and placed in operation by 
Picton Public Utilities Com- 
mission. 




The Mountain Chute Project on the Madawaska River has 
involved the Commission, either on its own or in co-operation 
with the Ontario Department of Highways and local authori- 
ties, in the construction, reconstruction, and relocation of more 
than 20 miles of road. Here a winding section of Highway 
508 is being reconstructed to provide a safe and suitable road 
for the transportation of large equipment and the daily travel 
of workers from nearby communities. 



Northeastern Region 

Timmins and Kirkland Lake have both benefited from recent industrial devel- 
opments, the former from the discovery of a large copper-zinc ore body, and the 
latter from the development of a major iron mine. This has to some extent offset 
the continuing decline in the gold-mining industry. 



The ratepayers in the Township of Widdifield voted in 1964 in favour of 
purchasing the electrical distribution system serving the Township, and entering 
into a cost contract with the Commission for the supply of power. 

Improvements to the distributing systems in the form of new substations 
were made by the electrical utilities in North Bay and Sudbury. 



Reports from the Regions 51 

Northwestern Region 

Rate revisions were introduced during the year in Fort William, Red Rock, 
and Rainy River, the Rainy River Public Utilities Commission having reduced 
rates for the fourth time in six years. 

In Dryden, a new 5,000-kva substation was placed in service. 



SECTION IV 



PLANNING, ENGINEERING, AND CONSTRUCTION 



During 1964, decisions were taken with respect to the largest program expansion 
in any 12-month period in the Commission's history. The generating facili- 
ties to be added in the period 1965-1971 inclusive, together with units already 
scheduled or under construction and to be completed in the same period, will have 
a total installed capacity of 5,200,000 kw. This total exceeds the capacity of all the 
resources available to the Commission as recently as 1957. 

Hydro-electric, as well as conventional and nuclear thermal-electric facilities, 
are included. The major stations to be built are the 2,000,000-kilowatt coal-fired 
Lambton Generating Station near Sarnia where four 500,000-kilowatt units are to 
be placed in service in the years 1968 to 1971, and the 1,080,000-kilowatt Pickering 
Generating Station, a nuclear-electric station, where one unit is scheduled for service 
in each of the years 1970 and 1971. 

By 1975 the Commission expects to be providing three million kilowatts in 
nuclear-generated electric power. There is also every indication that the Commis- 
sion's total resources will have to be increased to 22 million kilowatts over the 
period to the end of 1979, together with all the associated transformation and 
transmission facilities required. This will mean that during the next 15-year period 
it will be necessary to provide twice the capacity provided since the Commission 
was established nearly 60 years ago. 

52 



System Planning 



S3 




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l« tC * 



This installation at Douglas Point Nuclear Power Station marks the first use in Canada of a digital 
computer in ihe control of a generating station. By the end of 1964, the computer shown here had 

been completed and tested. 



The Use of Computers in System Planning 

All the electrical components of a power system — the generators and trans- 
formers, the loads, and the transmission lines or cables — have characteristics that 
are used in calculating the flow of power between stations, the voltage necessary 
to control this flow, or the heavy currents that result when equipment insulation 
fails or lightning causes line insulators to flash over. The planning and development 
of power systems requires the calculation of both the normal and the faulted per- 
formance of the electrical network connecting all the generators, transformers, and 
distributing stations into a unified grid. With the growing complexity of the network 
over many years has come a comparable development and extension of the methods 
of analysis, for which computers are admirably suited. 

The power-system analyst uses computers of two basic types, the analogue 
computer and the digital computer. The first, as the name implies, is used to 
construct a model or miniature system that is analogous in performance to the actual 
system under study. The digital computer solves through repetitive calculations a 
mathematical rather than an analogue model of the system. The Commission's 
ac network analyzer is one of a group of analogue computers used for simulating 
electrical power system performance. Similar equipment has been used recently for 
the study of power system overvoltages attributable to lightning or switching surges. 
This permitted a more precise determination of insulation requirements on the 
500-kv network. 



54 Planning, Engineering, and Construction 

Summary of the Power Development Program 
as at December 31, 1964 

Number of Units Installed 

System and Development In Service Scheduled Capacity 

kw 
EAST SYSTEM 

Lakeview — on the western outskirts of Metropolitan 

Toronto 1TC 1961 5TC1965-1968 2,400,000 

1TC 1962 

1TC 1964 

Harmon— Mattagami River 2H 1965 129,200 

Kipling— Mattagami River 2H 1966 125,400 

Douglas Point Nuclear Power— north of Kincardine 1TN 1966 200,000 

Mountain Chute— Madawaska River 2H 1967 160,000* 

Lambton— south of Sarnia 4TC1968-1971 2,000,000 

Pickering— east of Toronto 2TN1970-1971 1,080,000 

TC indicates thermal-electric conventional. *Tentative capacity 

TN indicates thermal-electric nuclear. 
H indicates hydro-electric. 



Analogue computers of a more sophisticated type are being used for the con- 
tinuing study of the effects of generator voltage regulator control and speed governor 
control. These studies have recently led to a decision to introduce an entirely new 
type of voltage control along with electronic exciters for generators on the ehv 
system and for Lambton Generating Station. This is thought to be the first appli- 
cation of such advanced equipment for hydro-electric and thermal-electric gener- 
ating stations on the North American Continent. 

The use of digital computers has, however, enabled the Commission to extend 
its field of analytical investigations both in complexity and scope. Thus the solution 
of more complicated problems, by permitting the elimination of some of the 
empirical formulae from engineering applications, has promoted more realistic 
factors of safety. With the network analyzer for example, it was possible at one 
time to represent quite adequately the Southern Ontario System in a network 
electrical model of 50 generating and transformer stations, and about 100 trans- 
mission lines. However, with the introduction of extensive interconnections, the 
whole interconnected network must now be considered together. This problem is 
beyond the scope of the network analyzer, which continues to be used for special 
problems on smaller parts of the system, or for problems of the municipal utilities. 
The use of digital computers is essential for the adequate simulation of power-system 
flows and voltages for 500 interconnected stations and 1 ,000 lines. 

Test studies involving both normal and faulted or transient conditions are 
sometimes performed jointly with the interconnected utilities in the States of New 
York and Michigan, sometimes carried out by Ontario Hydro alone using a high- 
speed, large-storage computer with a 32,000-word capacity. Joint studies are also 
carried out from time to time with interconnected public utilities in Quebec, 
Manitoba, and Saskatchewan. For these studies, as for those relating to the 
exchange of power across national boundaries, the power entity responsible is given 



System Planning 
Expenditures on Capital Construction, 1955-1964 



55 





Genera- 
tion 


Transfor- 
mation 


Trans- 
mission 


Retail 
I >istribu- 

tion 


Other 


Total 


1955 


$'000 

68,483 
128,245 
151,738 
126,204 

98,251 

82,506 
77,939 
59,741 
49,301 
55,908 


$'000 
12,624 
13,464 
17,302 
20,688 
20,788 

16,624 
10,693 
11,754 
12,109 
16,775 


$'000 

10,823 
11,424 
19,295 
20,806 
12,159 

12,230 
11,446 
21,118 
22,391 
16,250 


$'000 
19,173 
17,459 
17,581 
19,980 
19,996 

18,120 
18,954 
18,102 
18,073 
18,623 


$'000 

3,469 
2,411 
2,776 
2,978 
2,910 

2,559 
4,624 
3,709 
6,283 
2,565 


$'000 

1 14 S7? 


1956 


173 003 


1957 

1958 


208,692 

190 656 


1959 


154,104 
132 039 


1960 


1961 


1 ?S 656 


1962 


114 1 ' 1 


1963 


108 157 


1964 


110,121 


Total 


898,316 


152,821 


157,942 


186,061 


34,284 


1,429,424 





the basic information as required. This is then processed either through its own or 
through rented computer facilities, sometimes on a shared-cost basis, sometimes 
at its own cost, as arranged. The results are then made available to the joint 
participants. 

In another context entirely, that of assigning peak-load ratings to transformer 
stations, a program was developed using the Univac II computer to determine the 
aging of transformer insulation as a function of load, ambient temperature, and 
transformer characteristics. 



As a measure of the standard capacity of a transformer, the manufacturer gives 
it a nameplate rating, which indicates in kilovolt-amperes the constant load which 
the transformer is guaranteed to supply at a specified air temperature without in- 
crease in the temperature of the transformer winding insulation beyond specific 
limits. Emergency peak ratings can be considerably greater than nameplate ratings 
since (a) transformer station loads are not constant but vary considerably during 
the course of a day, (b) they are likely to reach their maxima in the winter when 
surrounding temperatures are low, and (c) in any event they are unlikely to remain 
at emergency levels for more than a few days. 

Under an arrangement generally known within the Ontario Hydro organization 
as the "Jones Scheme", many stations make use of transformers in pairs so con- 
nected that, in the event of loss of supply from one unit of a pair, the other will 
continue to supply the entire load. The peak load capability of a Jones Scheme 
pair of transformers is therefore largely determined by the peak emergency capa- 
bility of one transformer. 

In search for a rational basis for assigning peak-load ratings to transformer 
stations, a study was made to determine the peak loading for a typical station that 
would result in the minimum cost per kva of load. Taking into account power and 



56 Planning, Engineering, and Construction 

energy losses, interest on invested capital, cost of depreciation, and using acceptable 
operating criteria, the study indicated that the peak rating for a Jones Scheme pair 
of transformers is the load which, when carried by one transformer, would cause 
insulation aging at the rate of 0.1 per cent per day. 

To assist in the application of this rule, a computer program was developed to 
calculate the peak value of a given daily load curve that would produce a specified 
level of insulation aging. If the computer is given the daily load curve shapes, the 
daily ambient temperature curves for each month of the year, the transformer 
characteristics, the insulation aging curves, and the specified daily insulation aging, 
it can produce the permissible peak load for each month of the year. These values, 
when compared with the predicted monthly peak load, will determine the critical 
month, and hence the maximum permissible loading for the critical month. The 
application of the 0.1 per cent aging rule to stations supplying residential loads, 
which normally have their peaks in the winter months, has permitted typical ratings 
of up to 150 per cent of the maximum nameplate rating of one transformer. This 
is in contrast with the limit of 120 per cent of nameplate rating previously estab- 
lished empirically. 

The higher permissible rating reduces the new transformer capacity required 
every year at step-down stations by more than 100,000 kva. The equivalent saving 
in installed cost is nearly one million dollars. 



Office and Service Buildings 

At the Abitibi Canyon Colony, the housing and other improvements referred 
to in the 1963 Report were placed in service in the spring. Additional housing, a 
new hospital and nurses' residence, and other facilities were in the construction or 
planning stage at the end of the year. 

A new area office building in Owen Sound will be opened early in 1965 to 
serve the greatly enlarged Owen Sound Rural Operating Area, following amalgam- 
ation with the Markdale Area. 

The staff of the Regional office of the Western Region moved into the new 
office building in May 1964, and the official opening took place on September 10. 



Progress on Power Developments 57 



PROGRESS ON POWER DEVELOPMENTS 

During 1964 the Commission's power development program was further ex- 
tended by the authorization of plans to extend Lambton Generating Station, to build 
a new nuclear-electric station in Pickering Township, and to develop a new hydro- 
electric site at Mountain Chute on the Madawaska River in southeastern Ontario. 
Together with units already scheduled at Lakeview Generating Station and Douglas 
Point Nuclear Power Station, and at Harmon and Kipling Generating Stations in 
northeastern Ontario, these new facilities, all to be brought into service in the 
period 1965 to 1971, will have a total installed capacity of nearly 5,200,000 kilo- 
watts. 



Lakeview Generating Station — Near Toronto 

Location — On Lake Ontario just west of Toronto. 

Installed Capacity — 2,400,000 kilowatts in 8 units, 60 cycles. 

In Service — One unit in each of 1961, 1962, and 1964. 

In-Service Schedule — Unit 4 in 1965; Unit 5 in 1966; Units 6 and 7 in 1967; 

Unit 8 in 1968. 

Estimated Cost — $269,000,000, including generation, step-up transforma- 

tion, and high-voltage switching at the site. 

The third unit at Lakeview Generating Station was placed in service in the 
spring of 1964, but owing to problems with the turbine blading, it was still under- 
going commissioning tests at the end of the year. Unit 4 is scheduled for operation 
in 1965. Work is proceeding on the erection of structural steel for the fifth and 
sixth units, with scheduled in-service dates of 1966 and 1967. For the seventh 
and eighth units, considerable savings of engineering time and money have been 
achieved as a result of making the boiler and all auxiliary equipment duplicates of 
those for Units 5 and 6. 



Lambton Generating Station 

Location — On the St. Clair River in Lambton County 14 miles south 

of Sarnia. 

Installed Capacity — 2,000,000 kilowatts in 4 units, 60 cycles. 

In-Service Schedule — One unit in each of the years 1968 to 1971 inclusive. 

Estimated Cost — $220,000,000, including generation, step-up transforma- 

tion, and high-voltage switching at the site. 

An intensive program of diamond drilling and soil sampling was undertaken 
to obtain sufficient sub-surface information to establish the location, and the 
adequacy of support, for all plant facilities. Test piles of several types were driven 
to establish the requirements for foundation design. Research studies were also 
undertaken in connection with the control of air and water pollution, and with 
noise abatement. 



58 



Planning, Engineering, and Construction 




HARMON GENERATING STATION — MATTAGAMI RIVER — Work on the two-unit first stage of 
development is scheduled for completion in the summer of 1965. 



The turbine generators, boilers, fly-ash collectors, and de-aerators were ordered 
and tenders were called for boiler feed-pumps, condensers, feed-water heaters, 
forced and induced draft fans, and circulating water pumps. A project schedule 
based on the critical-path method was prepared. 



Harmon Generating Station — Mattagami River 



Location 

Installed Capacity 
Rated Head 
In-Service Schedule 
Estimated Cost 



— About 55 miles north of Kapuskasing. 
— 129,200 kilowatts in 2 units, 60 cycles. 
— 102 feet. 
— Two units in 1965. 

— $22,170,000, including generation, step-up transformation, 
and high-voltage switching at the site. 



Harmon Generating Station is the second of a group of three generating stations 
on the lower Mattagami River. The first of the three to be completed, Little Long 
Generating Station about 1 3 miles up stream from Harmon Generating Station, was 
placed in service in the fall of 1963. At Harmon Generating Station the power 
dam was completed in 1 964 to the first stage of construction as at present scheduled. 
This comprises a four-unit headworks, and a two-unit powerhouse on the west 
bank, two spillway sluices on the east bank, and a connecting gravity section in the 
river with short earth dikes at each end of the concrete structure. By the end of 
1964, the turbines were almost completely installed, and the installation of the 



Progress on Power Developments 



59 



generators was underway. Almost all of the auxiliary equipment had been delivered 
to the site and about 10 per cent had been installed. 



Kipling Generating Station — Mattagami River 



Location 

Installed Capacity 
Rated Head 
In-Service Schedule 
Estimated Cost 



— About 58 miles north of Kapuskasing and 3 miles down 
stream from Harmon Generating Station. 

— 125,400 kilowatts in 2 units, 60 cycles. 

— 102 feet. 

— Two units in 1966. 

— $21,421,000, including generation, step-up transforma- 
tion, and high-voltage switching at the site. 



Excavation for most of the structures was finished in 1964, and the placing 
of concrete was begun. With the completion of a diversion section with two ports, 
the entire river flow is now passing through this structure in an excavated channel 
on the east bank. The two-unit powerhouse now scheduled, and the headworks for 
the accommodation of four units are being built between cofferdams in the river 
channel proper. Contracts have been awarded for the supply of all major items 
of equipment. 




KIPLING GENERATING STATION — MATTAGAMI RIVER — Work carried out at the project during 

1964 included completion of the cofferdam and diversion channel, some of the concrete work for the 

dam, and much of the excavation for the headworks and powerhouse. 



60 Planning, Engineering, and Construction 

Opasatika Diversion 

Flows at all three of the developments on the lower Mattagami River will be 
augmented by the diversion into the Mattagami of part of the flow available from 
the Opasatika River. The diverted water, controlled by a timber-crib dam on the 
Opasatika, will flow through an excavated channel about 6,200 feet long, and there- 
after through a series of tributaries flowing into the Mattagami River at a point 
about 10 miles up stream from Little Long Generating Station. 

An access road to the site was completed. Work on the channel is scheduled 
to be completed in 1965. Construction of the control dam at Zadi Lake is scheduled 
for completion in September 1965. 

Mountain Chute Generating Station — Madawaska River 



Location 

Tentative Capacity 
Rated Head 
In-Service Schedule 
Estimated Cost 



— About 8 miles up stream from Barrett Chute Generating 
Station, and 22 miles southwest of Renfrew. 

— 160,000 kilowatts in 2 units, 60 cycles. 

— 153 feet. 

— Autumn of 1967. 

— $27,684,000, including generation, step-up transformation, 
and high-voltage switching at the site. 



The decision to proceed with this project was taken in June 1964. Between 
then and the end of the year, geological investigations for the foundations were 
partly completed, a four-mile access road was built, and the power site was partly 
cleared. 




This 1,1 00-ton turbine-generator at Douglas Point Nuclear Power Station will produce 200 000 kilowatts. 

The unit is more than 95 feet long. 



Nuclear-Electric Generating Projects 

Nuclear-Electric Generating Projects 



61 



The installation of major components for the 200,000-kilowatt unit at Douglas 
Point Nuclear Power Station on the shore of Lake Huron is nearing completion. 
The Commission is constructing the station for Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, 
and will purchase power from the station when it is placed in service in mid- 1966. 
Under the terms of an agreement for the eventual purchase by the Commission of 
the station itself, its output will be competitive with that of a modern coal-fired 
station. 

The nuclear electric program was further expanded in 1964 when the Com- 
mission, after reaching agreement with the Federal and Provincial Governments 
on arrangements for financing, initiated plans for the design and construction of a 
much larger nuclear station to be located on the shore of Lake Ontario in Pickering 
Township just east of Toronto. A total of 1,080,000 kilowatts will be installed in 
two units, one scheduled for service in 1970, and the other in 1971. The estimated 
cost for the two-unit station is $266 million. The station is, however, being de- 
signed to permit the later installation of additional units. 





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and heavy water as both moderator and coolant, allowing a sustained, controlled chain reaction. 

Workmen are shown completing pressure-tube assemblies, through which the heavy water coolant 

passes over hot fuel bundles to carry heat to steam generators. 



62 Planning, Engineering, and Construction 

The design and construction of the station will be the over-all responsibility 
of the Commission, with Atomic Energy of Canada Limited responsible for the 
design of the reactor portion of the plant. The reactors, like that at Douglas Point, 
will be of the CANDU type, employing natural uranium as fuel, and heavy water 
both as moderator and as coolant. 



Rehabilitation and Enlargement of the Chippawa Power Canal 

A project to rehabilitate and enlarge the Chippawa Power Canal was begun 
early in 1964 and is scheduled to be completed late in 1965. The Chippawa Power 
Canal, together with the much larger No. 2 canal and tunnel system placed in 
service in 1954, carries water diverted from the Niagara River up stream from the 
falls to the interconnected forebays of the Sir Adam Beck-Niagara Generating Sta- 
tions No. 1 and 2 further down stream. 

Rehabilitation, made necessary by the cumulative effects of gradual deteriora- 
tion during the 43 years the canal had been in use, includes repairs to the concrete 
lining below the water line, and stabilization and protection of the rock walls of the 
cut above the water line. Along some sections of the canal, the rock walls have 
been cut back to a less steep slope; other sections of the walls were protected by the 
application of a sand and cement mixture sprayed under high pressure over a wire 
mesh base. 

The canal is being enlarged by deepening an upstream section about five miles 
long, and widening the remaining downstream section, about 1 Vi miles long. This 
will increase the capacity of the canal by about 6,500 cfs to a total flow of 22,500 
cfs, and will permit water otherwise used at the Ontario Power and Toronto Power 
Generating Stations to be used instead at the higher-head and more efficient Sir 
Adam Beck Stations. 

While work on the Chippawa Power Canal is in progress, and tourist-season 
restrictions on the diversion of water for power purposes are in effect, the flow to 
both Sir Adam Beck-Niagara Generating Stations is being carried through the No. 2 
canal and tunnel system. However, to ensure that during the 1964-65 winter period 
of heavy demands for power the fullest and most efficient use was made of the 
permissible diversion from the Niagara River, the rehabilitation work was inter- 
rupted and the Chippawa Power Canal was re-opened at the beginning of November 
1964. The canal will be closed again prior to the resumption of this work in 1965. 



Ice Boom at Entrance to the Niagara River 

A timber boom, held in place by heavy cables attached to 28 anchors embedded 
in rock, was installed in Lake Erie at the entrance to the Niagara River. A joint 
undertaking of the Commission and the Power Authority of the State of New York, 
the boom is intended to facilitate the formation of ice cover on the lake, and there- 
by to reduce the adverse effect on power station operations of ice accumulation in 
the river itself. 



Transformer Stations 



63 



TRANSFORMER STATIONS 

Three principal stations are associated with the extra-high-voltage line that 
will eventually bring power at 500 kv from the far northern generating resources 
in northeastern Ontario to the southern part of the province. These stations are 
Pinard Transformer Station, which is the northern terminal near Abitibi Canyon 
Generating Station, Hanmer Transformer Station near Sudbury, and Kleinburg 
Transformer Station northwest of Toronto. 



For Pinard Transformer Station, 
detailed design work was almost com- 
plete by the end of 1964 for the 
installation of three 200,000 - kva, 
single-phase transformers with their 
associated facilities. Following the in- 
corporation of Harmon Generating 
Station in 1965, they will provide the 
transformation of 230-kv power to 
500 kv for transmission from the 
northern resources to Hanmer Trans- 
former Station. The pouring of con- 
crete for the transformer and switching 
structure foundations was completed, 
and the first of the new autotrans- 
formers was delivered to the site. Rail- 
way restrictions prevented shipment of 
the transformers in an upright position. 
They will be raised by means of a 
special rocking assembly attached to 
the base. 

At Hanmer Transformer Station 
the first stage of construction will bring 
two 300,000-kva, three-phase, 500— 
230-kv autotransformers into service 
in 1965. Design work for this stage 
was nearly finished, and the super- 
structures for the station buildings 
were completed. In the second stage, 
the 500-kv switching facilities required 
for transmitting power at 500 kv to 
Kleinburg Transformer Station will be 
installed. 




EHV TRANSFORMER — Shown here under test at 
the manufacturer's plant, this 500 — 230-kv auto- 
transformer is one of four to be pieced in service in 
1965 at Pinard Transformer Station near Abitibi 
Canyon Generating Station. 



Kleinburg Transformer Station is scheduled for service in May 1966. Initially 
it will also have two 300,000-kva, 3-phase autotransformers which will step 500-kv 



64 Planning, Engineering, and Construction 

power down to 230 kv. Power will be transmitted to Richview Transformer Station 
at this voltage. Provision is being made at Kleinburg Transformer Station for an 
ultimate transformer capacity of 6 million kva. 



Western and Niagara Regions 

At Allanburg Transformer Station, a second 225,000-kva, 230 — 115-kv auto- 
transformer is being installed to replace one of 1 15,000-kva capacity. It is scheduled 
for service in mid- 1965. 

Work is continuing for the installation of two 60,000/ 120,000-kva, 115 — 
13.8-kv transformers at Hamilton-Gage Transformer Station. The 60-cycle Port 
Colborne Transformer Station, to provide for some loads formerly supplied from 
Crowland Transformer Station, was placed in service in January 1964 with an initial 
installation of two 25,000/4 1,666-kva, 115 — 27.6-kv transformers. The installa- 
tion of 230 — 115-kv transformation together with associated facilities at Hamilton- 
Beach Transformer Station is scheduled for completion in the autumn of 1965. 

The new Centralia Transformer Station was placed in service with three 
15,000-kva, 115 — 27.6-kv transformers. Goderich Transformer Station, with an 
initial installation of two 15,000-kva, 115 — 27.6-kv transformers, is under con- 
struction. A site has been acquired for London- Wonderland Transformer Station, 
where a first installation of two 50,000/ 83, 333-kva, 230 — 27.6-kv transformers will 
serve loads in and near the city. The 115 — 27.6-kv capacities of Gait, Strathroy, 
Tillsonburg, and Sarnia-St. Andrew Transformer Stations have been increased, the 
first by adding two 15,000-kva transformers for service in January 1965, and the 
others each by replacing two transformers with two of larger capacities. At Strath- 
roy Transformer Station the new transformers are of 25, 000/4 1,666-kva capacity, 
one placed in service in November 1964, and the other scheduled for service in 
1965. At Tillsonburg the new transformers are of 30,000/50,000-kva capacity, 
and at Sarnia-St. Andrew Transformer Station they are of 50, 000/83, 333-kva 
capacity. 



Central and Georgian Bay Regions 

At Essa Transformer Station one of the two 1 15,000-kva, 230 — 1 15-kv auto- 
transformers which have been installed to replace two of 78,000-kva capacity was 
placed in service. The other is due to be placed in operation in April 1965. Tem- 
porary 230-kv terminal facilities are being provided there for the period in which 
the ehv line from Hanmer Transformer Station will be used to bring power from 
northern generating resources at 230 kv. Similar facilities were installed at Hanover 
Transformer Station for the two 230-kv lines from Douglas Point Nuclear Power 
Station. Pleasant Transformer Station, rebuilt for 230-kv operation, was placed in 
service in October 1964 with two 75,000/ 125,000-kva, 230— 44— 27.6-kv trans- 
formers. Oshawa-Thornton Transformer Station, being similarly rebuilt, is sched- 
uled for 230-kv operation in May 1965. 



Transformer Stations 65 

At A. W. Manby Transformer Station, terminal facilities were provided for 
receiving the output of Units 3 and 4 at Lakeview Generating Station, and those for 
receiving the output of Units 5 and 6 are being made ready. The program for the 
replacement of circuit-breakers at Richview Transformer Station with oil circuit- 
breakers of 20-million-kva capacity was completed in 1964. 

A new 230 — 27.6-kv transformer station to be known as Toronto-Bermondsey 
Transformer Station is being built near Eglinton Avenue and Bermondsey Road in 
Toronto. Two 75,000/ 125,000-kva transformers of a total ultimate installation of 
six will be installed in the autumn of 1965 to supply loads in North York and 
Scarborough Townships. The same procedure for the installation of the same 
capacity is planned for the new Toronto-Finch Transformer Station to be con- 
structed on Finch Avenue near Highway 400 in Toronto. 

The 115 — 13.8-kv indoor Toronto-Duff erin Transformer Station commenced 
operation in November 1964 with two 40,000/80,000-kva transformers, supervisory 
controlled from A. W. Manby Transformer Station. It will ultimately have an 
additional pair of similar transformers. Toronto-Charles and Toronto-Duplex Trans- 
former Stations, each being designed for the installation of pairs of transformers of 
this same capacity, are scheduled for service respectively for the spring and the 
autumn of 1967. Both will be supervisory controlled from Leaside Transformer 
Station. 

Eastern Region 

As part of the change from 1 15-kv to 230-kv operation begun in 1963, one of 
two 50,000/83,333-kva, 230 — 44-kv transformers at Brockville Transformer Sta- 
tion was placed in service in September, and the other will be ready early in 1965. 
Like two similar transformers being installed at St. Lawrence Transformer Station, 
they are replacing two 25,000/41, 666-kva transformers. The equipment at the lat- 
ter station is expected to be in service early in 1965, and the 44-kv switchyard has 
been modified to accommodate the increased capacity. 

April and October 1965 are the scheduled in-service dates for two 1 15 — 44-kv 
transformer stations, the first about eight miles west of Ottawa, to be known as 
South March Transformer Station, and the second at Arnprior. The latter will have 
one 25,000/41, 666-kva transformer, and the other will have two. South March 
Transformer Station is planned for future development as a major switching 
terminal station with 230-kv, 1 15-kv, and 44-kv switchyards. Ottawa-Hinchey 
Transformer Station, within the City of Ottawa, is being designed as an indoor 
station in conformity with the National Capital Commission's architectural require- 
ments. It is scheduled for service in the autumn of 1966, initially with two 
40,000/80,000-kva, 115 — 44-kv transformers, provision being made for the even- 
tual addition of two others of the same capacity. 

Northeastern and Northwestern Regions 

Switching facilities at R. H. Martindale Transformer Station are being ex- 
panded, and a circuit breaker is being added to accommodate a new 230-kv lin? 



66 



Planning, Engineering, and Construction 



which will be connected to the Hanmer-Essa section of the ehv line for operation at 
230 kv in June 1965. A new 15,000-kva, 115 — 25-kv transformer station placed 
in service in Hearst is supplied from Kapuskasing Transformer Station over 60 miles 
of newly constructed transmission line, approximately half of which had been in 
service at 25 kv since 1962. At Port Arthur-Birch Transformer Station, high-speed 
tripping, and reclosing relay facilities were placed in service at the terminals of the 
two 1 1 5-kv transmission facilities from Pine Portage Generating Station. 



TRANSMISSION LINES 

By the end of 1964, construction had been completed for approximately 110 
miles of the ehv line extending southward from Hanmer Transformer Station near 
Sudbury to the site of Kleinburg Transformer Station northwest of Toronto. During 
the year more than 530 towers were erected. The line is scheduled for completion as 
far as Essa Transformer Station by the summer of 1965, and to Kleinburg Trans- 
former Station by the beginning of 1966. 

The use of the Commission's interconnections with the Detroit Edison Com- 
pany has increased to the point where additional tie-line facilities are now required. 
The addition proposed is to be a 345-kv single-circuit line linking Lambton Generat- 
ing Station with the Detroit Edison Company's St. Clair Station. The river crossing 
span of nearly half a mile across the St. Clair River, 2.5 miles down stream from 





EHV TRANSMISSION — Guyed towers of three types in these two basic shapes — Y-shaped aluminum, 
V-shaped aluminum, and V-shaped steel — ere being used in the construction of the 435-mile 
transmission line which by the summer of 1966 will carry power to the Toronto area at 500 kv from 
the new generating station complex in the James Bay watershed. The 235-mile northern section of the 
line, which was pieced in service at 230 kv late in 1963, will be converted to 500-kv operation 

in the fall of 1965. 



Transmission Lines 



67 



Lambton Generating Station, will be supported on 320-foot crossing towers. When 
the line is first placed in service late in 1966, it will be supplied at 230 kv over a 
new line extending 13 miles from the site of Sarnia-Scott Transformer Station to 
Lambton Generating Station. 

More than 60 circuit miles of additions to the transmission network were made, 
to supply 230-kv power to Pleasant Transformer Station near Brampton, and 
eventually to Buttonville Transformer Station, and also to improve service to Brock- 
ville and the surrounding area. 

The 1 15-kv single-circuit line from Kapuskasing to Hearst was completed in 
196+ with the construction of the second section, which extends for 29 miles from 
Lowther Junction to Hearst. Construction was begun also for a 53-mile 1 15-kv 
single-circuit line which will connect the Great Lakes Power Company's Hollings- 
wori;h Falls Generating Station with a new distributing station in Chapleau. 

The underground 1 15-kv cable system in Toronto was extended by two pipe- 
type cable circuits, each 0.75 mile in length, to serve Toronto-Dufferin Transformer 
Station. Nearly half a mile of double-circuit 1 1 5-kv underground cable was re- 
located to accommodate the Gardiner Expressway in the vicinity of Leslie Street. 



Total Milage of Transmission Lines and Circuits 



Voltage and Structure 


Line Route or 
Structure Miles 


Circuit 
Miles 


At Dec. 31, 
1963 


At Dec. 31, 
1964 


At Dec. 31, 
1963 


At Dec. 31, 
1964 


East System 

500,000-volt aluminum or steel tower. . 
230,000-volt steel tower 


227.49 

3,223.01 

252.01 

0.84 

1,980.44 

1,589.96 

27.41 

11.20 

3.31 

6,140.82 


227.52 

3,248.11 

252.01 

0.84 

1,978.33 

1,633.01 

2891 

11.20 

3.31 

6,200.14 


227.49 

4,242.48 

252.01 

1.68 

3,290.50 

1,596.46 

60.36 

12.33 

3.31 

6,636.77 


227.52 
4,293.40 


230,000-volt wood pole 

230,000-volt underground cable 

1 15,000-volt steel tower 

115,000-volt wood pole 

115,000-volt underground cable 

60,000-volt steel tower 

60,000-volt wood pole 

44,000-volt and less wood and steel . . 


252.01 

1.68 

3,286.53 

1,639.64 

61.86 

12.33 

3.31 

6,695.72 


Total — East System 

West System 

115,000-volt steel tower 


13,456.49 

419.80 
918.30 
203.72 
534.40 


13,583.38 

420.66 
876.52 
203.72 
607.81 


16,323.39 

622.42 
918.30 
203.72 

574.72 


16,474.00 
623.28 


115,000-volt wood pole 

69,000-volt wood pole 

44,000-volt and less wood pole. ...... 


876.52 
203.72 
648.13 


Total — West System 


2,076.22 


2,108.71 


2,319.16 


2,351.65 






Total — East and West Systems 


15,532.71 


15,692.09 


18,642.55 


18,825.65 



SECTION V 



RESEARCH AND TESTING ACTIVITIES 



Research and testing services to meet technical needs of the various Branches 
and the Regions of the Commission are provided by the Research Division 
for the solution of complex problems in the design, construction, operation, and 
maintenance of the systems. These investigations, whether in the form of laboratory 
studies, or of field work as required throughout the Province, play an important 
part in ensuring the application of the latest and most desirable engineering and 
operating practices, consistent with sound economy. Continuing liaison with other 
research bodies having related interests, together with participation in the work of 
technical societies and standardizing agencies, results in the exchange of technical 
information that is of benefit to the Commission, to the associated municipal 
utilities, and indirectly to all customers. 

Descriptions of facilities newly added, and brief accounts of a few of the 
more significant of the Commission's research and testing activities are presented 
in the following paragraphs. 

From time to time in the Ontario Hydro publication Research Quarterly, 
progress reports and findings are issued in connection with some of these activities, 
to which the reader is referred for further details. In the nature of the Commis- 
sion's operations, some of these studies are continued over periods of several 
years. 

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Aids to Design 



69 



Aids to Design 

Fault-Current Capability of Overhead Ground Wires 

With the trend to higher fault currents on transmission lines, overhead ground 
wires of greater cross-sections are often required. The selection of ground wires 
has until recently been based largely on theoretical calculations which do not take 
adequately into account the effect that temperature rises resulting from system 
faults have on the physical properties of the wires. In order to obtain sufficiently 
accurate performance data on which to base the optimum selection of ground wires, 
samples of several wire types and sizes were tested. Ground-wire specimens were 
subjected to controlled fault-currents ranging in magnitude from several hundred 
to over 30,000 amperes, depending on the sample being tested. Tensile strength, 
percentage elongation, and torsional ductility were determined from mechanical 
tests. Relations between fault current and duration, and maximum temperature 
rise, and between the loss of tensile strength due to annealing and maximum 
temperature rise, were established. The loss of tensile strength due to cumulative 
annealing, as the result of several faults, was also evaluated. 




NEW BOLOMETER WITH IMPROVED FEATURES — In the construction of a second model of the 
infra-red radiation detector that has been so successfully used for the past fifteen years for checking 
power-line joints and deadends for overheating, a number of improvements have been incorporated. 
The use of transistors in the amplifier, together with other changes, has permitted a reduction of 
nearly 25 per cent in the weight of the bolometer. 



70 



Research and Testing Activities 



Uplift Capacity of Foundations 

Although the bearing capacity of foundations in soil is reasonably well 
established in both theory and practice, calculation of their ability to resist uplift 
and overturning forces is largely conjectural. This is evident in the prevailing 
uncertainty in the technical literature regarding design methods. The problem is 
important to the Commission, particularly in the design of transmission-line tower 
footings. The uplift characteristics of model footings embedded both in sand and in 
clay, were studied in the laboratory. Analysis of the test results indicated useful 
relations between a wide range of footing proportions and the soil strength proper- 
ties, as well as a marked reduction in the uplift capacity in clay under long-term 
sustained load conditions. With the results of a limited number of full-scale field 

tests showing reasonable cor- 
relation with those from the 
laboratory tests, the work to 
date provides a worthwhile 
study of the uplift problem as 
well as useful information for 
design purposes. 

Stress and Vibration Studies 
— Nuclear Power Applications 

In co-operation with 
Atomic Energy of Canada 
Limited, vibration characteris- 
tics and stress problems were 
investigated in special equip- 
ment for use in nuclear-elec- 
tric generating stations. Meas- 
urements of calandria - tube 
vibration levels and analysis 
of stresses in a fuelling ma- 
chine were included. This type of study will likely become more frequent as new 
nuclear power plants enter the design and construction stages. 




STRESS AND VIBRATION STUDIES — With large nuclear- 
electric stations now in the design and construction stages, 
special equipment has been devised for the study of vibration 
characteristics and stress problems in the unusual type of 
equipment and conditions associated with these stations. 



Air and Water Pollution Studies 

An intensive study was begun of the atmospheric, river-water, and ground- 
water conditions associated with the site of Lambton Generating Station, which is 
located close to the heavily industrialized Sarnia area. By providing data needed 
to predict the effects that the environment may have on the operation and main- 
tenance of the station, the study will be an aid to design, but on a long-term basis 
as well, it will provide the data necessary for evaluating the change in environ- 
mental conditions introduced when the station is brought into service. 



Smoke Detectors 

In view of the risk that possible fire outbreaks in unattended stations may 
not be detected promptly, the effectiveness of various types of smoke detectors 



Aids to Operation 71 

currently in use or available commercially was evaluated. A specially con- 
structed test box enables closer control of the rate of smoke generation and of the 
type of smoke than would otherwise be possible in a room-size test. The final 
test results will be used as a guide in the preparation of a specification intended to 
ensure the maximum reliability and promptness in response of smoke detection 
systems used by the Commission. 



Aids to Operation 



Detection of Ice on High- Voltage Lines 

Ice coatings on power-line conductors, as the result of freezing rain or wet 
snow, can lead to service interruptions arising from electrical faults, to mechanical 
failure of the conductors, or on occasion even to the collapse of transmission 
towers. An electronic ice detector was developed for indicating not only the 
presence of ice formations on lines, but also their severity and approximate loca- 
tion. In operation, the detector monitors the attenuation of carrier-frequency cur- 
rents which results from the presence of ice or hoarfrost on the conductors. The 
indication of dangerous ice levels would prompt the station operator to take 
immediate action. 

Five experimental detectors at present under field trials on 230-kv lines have 
given promising results. 



Generator-Angle Stabilizer 

A generator-angle stabilizing device was developed, which increases the 
amount of power that can be transmitted long distances, for example via the 
Commission's 500-kv line. Designed for use with quick-response rectifier-type 
generator excitation systems such as those installed in new stations in the Moose 
River generating complex, the stabilizer improves power-system stability by mini- 
mizing undesirable generator oscillations. From generator output voltage, the 
stabilizer produces two simulated voltages, one corresponding to the generator 
internal voltage, the other to system voltage at a chosen remote point; from the 
changing phase relation between the voltages, a varying voltage is produced which 
acts continuously on the excitation control to stabilize the generator output. For 
still more accurate detection of small variations in rotor speed, additional equip- 
ment is under development which will make possible even greater utilization of 
generation and long-distance-transmission capability. 

Since the spring of 1964, stabilizers of this type have been operating success- 
fully at Otter Rapids and Little Long Generating Stations. Plans call for the 
installation of similar stabilizers in rectifier-type excitation systems as other genera- 
tors are completed. 



72 Research and Testing Activities 

Radiation Tests on Power-Line Carrier Communication Systems 

In tests carried out under the sponsorship of the Canadian Electrical Associa- 
tion, study was given to the possibility of widening the severely crowded power- 
line carrier spectrum to allow the use of frequencies in the 200- to 485-kilocycle 
band. At present, radio frequencies in this band, administered by the Department 
of Transport, are being used by aeronautical and maritime services for communica- 
tions and position finding. 

For the tests, special carrier links installed on one of the Commission's Essa 
to Minden transmission lines were operated at frequencies of 285 and 440 kilo- 
cycles. The radiation from the line was then recorded in a specially equipped 
aircraft which flew repeated traverses over the area. Radiation was also measured 
at ground locations both close to and remote from the line. 

An analysis of the results shows that carrier signals at these frequencies are 
not discernible beyond a few miles from a high-voltage line. On the basis of the 
test results, Department of Transport approval will be sought for the use by 
Canadian utilities of a widened carrier spectrum. 

Carrier Relaying on Insulated Overhead Ground Wire 

Throughout the summer of 1 964, an investigation was made into the practi- 
cability of using insulated overhead ground wires on high-voltage transmission 
lines as communications channels for carrier relaying. During the experiments, 
which were made on a 48-mile-long section of a 230-kv double-circuit line, carrier 
trip signals were triggered automatically by lightning impulses themselves, and the 
successful arrival of the signal at the receiving end of the line was recorded. Of 
640 signals transmitted, all but two were received successfully. 



Appraisal and Application of Materials, Components, and Equipment 



Structural Steel for Use in Industrial Areas 

Transmission towers and station structures in industrial and urban locations 
often require maintenance cleaning and painting within the first five years, and 
recleaning and repainting more frequently thereafter. Two promising alternatives 
to this expensive procedure were examined, one to use steel treated with a heavier 
zinc coating applied by a spray metallizing technique (10 to 20 mils thickness as 
compared with 3 to 5 mils obtained by hot-dip galvanizing), and the other to 
use low-alloy high-tensile steels having good resistance to atmospheric corrosion 
in industrial areas. 

Although more expensive initially than the conventional hot-dip coating, the 
thicker zinc coatings obtainable by spray metallizing, using ekher the wire or 



Appraisal and Application of Materials, Components, and Equipment 



73 



powder methods, might be more economical in the long run for industrial expo- 
sures. On the other hand, certain low-alloy steels, instead of rusting away pro- 
gressively, develop an adherent brown film of alloy compounds which retards 
further attack. Laboratory exposure tests of various steel samples for up to ten 
years have confirmed the superiority of low-alloy steel over plain carbon steel. In 
locations where the brownish colour is acceptable, the use of low-alloy steel is 
probably the better alternative. 

Prefabricated, Insulated Building Panels 

In laboratory tests, commercially available urethane-foam-filled prefabricated 
wall units were found suitable for a wide range of Ontario Hydro applications. Use 
of the wall units eliminates the need for a separate operation in thermally insulating 
a structure. This simplifies construction and often effects substantial savings in 
costs, especially at remote construction sites. 



A special application was 
the use of prefabricated build- 
ing panels as an insulated clad- 
ding system for hydraulic 
sluice gates at the Harmon 
and Kipling Generating Sta- 
tions. 

Articulated Rubber-Tired 
Vehicles 

In 1962, an articulated 
rubber-tired vehicle was placed 
in service for evaluation as a 
possible alternative to muskeg 
tractors for certain uses. 
Tracked vehicles, though they 
give good service in off-the- 
road operations, have two 
basic limitations — low load- 
carrying capacity and high 
maintenance costs. In trial use 
on line-stringing, pole-raising, 
spraying, and snow-clearing 

operations, the rubber-tired vehicle was found to perform satisfactorily with 
respect to these characteristics. As a result a fleet of these units was purchased 
in 1964 for use in forestry and other work. 




This is one of the Commission's fleet of articulated vehicles 

that have proved their versatility in forestry and maintenance 

operations. 



For forestry operations, nine units were fitted with 600-gallon tanks for use 
in right-of-way herbicide spraying operations, and one was fitted with a brush 
chipper, and one with a brush chipper and a telescopic ladder. Practical experience 
with these machines showed that they were more economical than their tracked 



74 



Research ant! Testing Activities 



counterparts, but indicated that they suffered somewhat from lack of stability. 
Further studies, undertaken later, showed that proper selection of wheelbase, track 
width, tank location, and general weight distribution would provide vehicles with 
better stability, traction, and flotation performance. These findings were incor- 
porated in purchase specifications and were used also as a guide for modification 
of vehicles already in service. 



Aids to Preventive and Routine Maintenance 




SEMI-AUTOMATIC WATT-HOUR METER TESTING — In checking the 
registration of the meter on the test console at the left, the operator 
examines data from a numeric printer wh'ch records elapsed time 
during a test. The electronic counter resting on the printer visually 
indicates the elapsed time. A controlled power supply on the 
table shelf below automatically regulates the power flow through 
the test sample. The laboratory watt-meter seen on the corner of 
the table gives accurate visual indication of Ihe power flow. 



Metallurgical Studies for 
Thermal Stations 

The increasing num- 
ber of thermal - electric 
generating units gives rise 
to more problems in ther- 
mal - plant design, con- 
struction, operation, and 
maintenance. In several 
instances where metallic 
components were subject- 
ed to fatigue - inducing 
loads, these components 
were subjected to non-de- 
structive tests and metal- 
lographic examinations to 
assist in forestalling in- 
service failures of the 
equipment. 



The shrouding, and 
the rotating and stationary 
blading in units at all the 
major thermal plants were 
examined for evidence of fatigue. Included also were a wide variety of non- 
destructive and metallographic studies of a number of miscellaneous components. 



Underwater Protective Coatings 

Continuous laboratory and field immersion tests over a 10-year period have 
indicated considerable differences in the performance of protective coating mate- 
rials for underwater steel structures. Wide variations in performance have been 
found to depend not only on the type of coating material and the shape and 
surface preparation of the structure, but also on the effects of service conditions, 
abrasion by ice for example. Materials of the same type differed substantially 
in performance, depending on the source of manufacture. 



Aids to Preventive and Routine Maintenance 75 

Of 91 types or variations of coating systems evaluated, seven were selected 
as suitable for all-round use on wire-brushed surfaces. Six systems, principally 
vinyl, coal-tar epoxy, neoprene, and lead-pigmented grease coatings, which per- 
formed excellently during the test period, are recommended for use on sand- 
blasted surfaces. 

Maintenance of In-Service Accuracy of Watt-Hour Meters 

The removal of single-phase watt-hour meters from service for calibration 
checking every 6 to 8 years, as required by the present Federal Government regu- 
lations in order to correct those few meters that have become inaccurate, inevitably 
involves much unnecessary work with meters in satisfactory condition. Studies of 
meter behaviour both in service and in a special test-installation of two hundred 
meters operating outdoors at the research laboratories, together wkh a study of the 
effectiveness of alternative meter-management systems, have indicated that the 
application of statistical principles to meter sampling and testing would greatly 
reduce the cost of maintaining the in-service accuracy of meters. 

Experience in meter testing on a statistical basis, obtained by sampling about 
twenty thousand meters in service each year, has provided information which is 
now being used as the basis for proposals for amending the regulations governing 
meter testing. 




WATT-HOUR METER LOW-LOAD CALIBRATOR — The electronic equipment shown enables one operator 

to calibrate up to five single-phase watt-hour meters simultaneously at low loads. The photo-electric 

timing method and the automatic displaying of the result are among the design features that permit 

the meters to be calibrated more rapidly with better accurccy and uniformity than before. 



76 Research and Testing Activities 

Watt-Hour-Meter Low-Load Calibrator 

A special semi-automatic calibrator was designed and built to permit the 
individual calibration at low loads of five single-phase watt-hour meters simultane- 
ously. Previously, the timing of each meter's induction disc at low-load conditions 
was checked in turn by visual comparison with the rotation of the disc of a standard 
watt-hour meter. In the calibrator, an electronic counter compares the time taken 
for one revolution of the meter's induction disc with that for a master watt-hour 
meter, with the result displayed in digital read-out form. Elimination of the human 
factor in the timing operation permits the large numbers of watt-hour meters 
passing through the Central Meter Shop to be calibrated more rapidly and with 
better accuracy and uniformity than before. 



Vehicle-Metal Corrosion 

A continuation of studies of the character and causes of vehicle-metal 
corrosion confirmed the need for rustproofing the many concealed surfaces of a 
vehicle such as those found in the interior of doors, tailgate sections and boxed-in 
areas. Subsequent laboratory evaluations and field trials of several available rust 
preventives led eventually to the adoption of an all-purpose coating material 
blended from wax- and oil-based compounds, which is suitable for application 

by spraying both to internal 
spaces and on exposed under- 
surfaces. The protection so 
provided is expected to extend 
greatly the useful lives of such 
vehicles as line, service, and 
forestry trucks widely used by 
^^^ m^~r\^Wm Ontario Hydro, 



New Facilities and Their 
Application 

Structural Test Floor 

The acquisition of highly 
versatile loading and weighing 
systems permits fuller utiliza- 
tion of the high-load-capacity 
test grid incorporated in the 
floor of the Structural Labor- 
atory. Together, the loading 
and weighing system, the re- 
action frames, and the floor 
grid constitute a test facility 
that enables convenient and 




USE OF LOADING AND WEIGHING EQUIPMENT IN STRUC- 
TURAL TEST — In this section of the Commission's structural 
laboratory, testing is in progress for a gate-wheel assembly 
for the Harmon Generating Station diversion port. 



New Facilities and Their Application 



77 



accurate application and measurement of tension, compression, and shear loads 
in various orientations and combinations. 

Each system is operated from a separate movable console. The loading 
console can supply and individually control four hydraulic rams remotely placed 
at distances up to 50 feet apart if required. The load applied by each ram is 
precisely measured by an in-series electric load-cell and is monitored in the 
weighing console. Among the testing aids that enhance the usefulness of the 
equipment, there are means either for cycling loads or for maintaining constant 
loads, and for X-Y recording. 



This new facility extends greatly the capabilities for testing structural ele- 
ments, tower components, footing models, conductor and hardware assemblies, 
building components, and various other related items. A test in which the gate- 
wheel assembly for the Har- 
mon Generating Station di- 
version port was loaded to 
260,000 pounds, demonstrated 
the load capability of the fa- 
cility. 



Anechoic Room 

Studies of a wide range 
of noise problems associated 
with electrical, construction, 
office, and other equipment 
are facilitated through the use 
of an anechoic room now com- 
pleted. The room, lined with 
glass-fibre wedges thirty inches 
in length, enables noise meas- 
urements to be made without 
interference from outside noise 
or from noise reflections from 
the walls. The attenuation of 
noise transmitted through the 
walls ranges from 44 decibels 
at a frequency of 125 cycles 
per second to greater than 70 

decibels at frequencies over 1,000 cycles per second. The absorption of the glass- 
fibre wall lining is 100 per cent at 100 cycles per second and over, and drops to 
about 95 per cent at 60 cycles per second. 

Studies to date have included the measurement of noise produced by a num- 
ber of distribution transformers. Similar projects unier consideration are related 




ECHO-FREE ROOM AT RESEARCH LABORATORY — A room at 
the Ontario Hydro — W. P. Dobson Research Laboratory is lined 
with glass-fibre wedges which effectively absorb all noise 
above a frequency of 100 cycles per second. Through the 
doorway one can see sound-pickup equipment being made 
ready for the study of transformer noise under these echo-free 
conditions. 



78 Research and Testing Activities 

to a variety of small electrical and mechanical components, the diminution of the 
noise levels of heat pumps and air-conditioning units, and the checking and 
specification of acceptable limits of noise produced by office machines. 



Miscellaneous Studies 



Cold- Weather Operation of Diesel Engines 

Construction operations, when continued throughout the winter, make extreme 
demands on diesel-powered equipment. With progressive refinement over the 
years, engines more precisely built, and designed for higher efficiency under normal 
operating conditions, cannot meet the demands imposed by cold-weather operating 
conditions in northern Ontario without excessive maintenance. It is true that 
manufacturers have developed some "winterizing" accessories such as radiator 
shutters, thermostatically controlled fans, and external coolant heaters. The 
results of their test work in general, however, are neither available in published 
form nor correlated with the equipment user's needs. Appraisals by Ontario 
Hydro of winterizing equipment under field trials have, therefore, been supple- 
mented by a test program at the Ottawa Low-Temperature Laboratory of the 
National Research Council. The objectives are to determine the performance of 
specific equipment, to study the basic problems of winter operation, and pos- 
sibly to initiate, under the auspices of the NRC, a co-operative study of the 
over-all problem. 

Specifically, a study was made of the performance of a large diesel crawler- 
tractor and of two 25-kw diesel generator sets while they were subjected to a 
range of low temperatures. They were extensively tested at -50 degrees F in 
simulated severe northern Ontario conditions; both engine-off and engine-at-idle 
(fast and slow) conditions in a controlled environment were studied. The engines 
were fitted with oil, coolant, and battery heaters, and energy input was control- 
led and metered. Fuel consumption, engine revolutions, and temperatures were 
continuously recorded, and oil samples taken at regular intervals were analyzed. 

The ultimate findings, though providing a guide to the immediate problem 
of cold-weather operation of diesel engines, may prompt a National Research 
Council co-operative study program of national scope in an effort to alleviate 
the problem. 



Vehicle Operation Studies 

The engines of line and service trucks are commonly idled for long periods of 
time to provide heat for the cab and crew compartment, and electric power for 
radio communications equipment. In order to determine the economics of this 
practice, a study of the operation of line and service trucks in the field has been 



Miscellaneous Studies 79 

under way since 1961. In the first phase, line and service trucks operating in 
southern Ontario were instrumented. The study indicated that the need for 
much engine idling could be avoided if an auxiliary heating system were installed 
and generator and battery capacities were upgraded. The extent of necessary 
upgrading would be minimized by the use of a transistorized radio-transmitter 
set rather than an electron-tube type. To assess available auxiliary heating sys- 
tems suitable for cab and crew-compartment heating, laboratory studies were 
made on propane- and gasoline-burning heaters. Of these, one gasoline-type 
heater was given a field trial in a line truck having a crew compartment. The 
basic performance of the prototype installation was satisfactory, and operating 
problems were resolved. A second field installation is under study. 

For a second phase of the study, one line truck and one service truck, both 
operating in northern Ontario, were instrumented also. The data obtained from 
this phase, which will end in the spring of 1965, will be compared with those 
from the initial phase. 

Blackfly Control in Northern Areas 

Since 1949, when a blackfly control program was undertaken, knowledge of 
the habitat and life cycle of the species has been greatly increased. Effective 
means have been used for treatment of larvae-infested streams with DDT, by 
application both from the ground and from the air. Ground applications of in- 
secticides to streams in the Des Joachims area, and aerial applications at Little 
Long, Harmon, and Kipling Generating Station work sites have demonstrated the 
effectiveness of the program. Streams in the Opasatika Dam diversion locality were 
surveyed in preparation for a control program scheduled for that locality for the 
spring of 1965. 



SECTION VI 



STAFF RELATIONS 



The varied features of the Commission's activities outlined in the other sections 
of this Report reflect the skill, adaptability, and conscientious service of the 
Commission's staff. Recognition of staff competence continues to come from 
abroad in the form of requests for the services of Commission employees to aid 
in the development of power enterprises. 

From time to time in 1964, as many as 26 employees of the Commission 
served in various capacities with power enterprises in Brazil, Ghana, and Iran, and 
two members of the Personnel Branch were on loan to the United Nations, one 
serving in Trinidad, and the other in the Gaza Strip. The total, subject to 
variation from month to month, included a team of Commission operations and 
maintenance personnel that left Canada for Ghana in the early autumn of 1964. 
They will remain in Ghana for two or three years to assist the Volta River Authority 
in the commissioning and initial operation of the Akosombo Generating Station 
and the associated transmission system. It also included a similar team that has been 
serving since 1962 at the Mohammed Reza Shah Pahlavi Generating Station in Iran. 
The operators of the Iran team returned home in August 1964 after the completion 
of training of Iranian operating staff. Several other members of the team will 
remain in Iran until the Iranian employees have acquired the necessary skills in 
electrical and mechanical maintenance, and in system control to permit them to 
assume full responsibility for operation of the system. 

80 



Staff Planning and Development 



81 




ONTARIO HYDRO PENSIONERS EXAMINE EARLY ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT — The Commission is as- 
sembling a wide assortment of electrical equipment and appliances for eventual inclusion in a museum 
of electrical progress. Here a group of Commission pensioners visit the collection at the A. W. Manby 
Service Centre. Members of the pensioners' group have from time to time provided valuable assistance 
in refurbishing, classifying, and cataloguing items for the collection. 



Staff Statistics 

On the basis of annual averages, the total number of Commission employees 
increased to 14,531 in 1964 from 14,387 in 1963. The increase, however, was 
entirely in temporary staff engaged for the most part at major construction pro- 
jects. Their number grew from an average of 2,263 in 1963 to 2,440 in 1964, 
while the number of regular employees declined from an average of 12,124 in 
1963 to 12,091 in 1964. 

In spite of the continuing decline in regular staff on an average annual basis, 
there is now some indication of a movement upward as the result of an increased 
requirement for operating and engineering staff. Progressive increases during 
the last nine months of the year brought the total at the end of December above 
that at the end of 1963. 



Staff Planning and Development 

Under conditions of relatively short supply, the recruitment of professional 
and technical personnel has been difficult, but additions to staff during 1964 
included 22 engineers, 12 technical institute graduates, and 20 operators in train- 
ing. To meet the requirements of electronic data processing, ten persons were 
recruited in the United Kingdom. 



82 



Staff Relations 



In order to meet the Commission's rapidly changing requirements, it has 
been necessary to shift some employees from their original fields of work to others 
perhaps quite unrelated to their experience. While this is an indication of the 

flexibility and adaptability of 
the staff, it has imposed quite 
severe strains on training fa- 
cilities. In 1964, the emphasis 
in trades training continued to 
shift from apprenticeship and 
learner training to retraining 
at the journeyman level. Dur- 
ing the year, a total of 322 
employees attended courses 
for journeymen and higher 
levels, while 145 attended 
courses for employees below 
the journeyman level. In ad- 
dition, training programs were 
provided by the various divi- 
sions and regions in sales, data 
processing, nuclear operations, 
safety, and labour and cus- 
tomer relations. The program 
of senior management semi- 
nars introduced in 1961 with 
the purpose of improving in- 
dividual and group effective- 
ness, was expanded in 1964 to 
include a wider range of man- 
agement staff. 




KIPLING GENERATING STATION — MATTAGAMI RIVER — 
As at most of the Commission's other major projects, work 
continues throughout the year at a pace but little affected by 
changing weather. A wagon drill is shown engaged in pre- 
paratory drilling for rock blasting in the powerhouse area 
during the winter of 1964-65. 



Some of the courses men- 
tioned above were held at the 
Commission's Conference and 
Development Centre at Ni- 
agara Falls. These facilities, however, consist of a converted project hospital and 
staff houses, and are becoming increasingly unsuitable to handle the Commission's 
expanding training requirements. For this reason the Commission has decided 
to build a new centre which will be better suited to its training needs and more 
conveniently accessible to its employees. 



To provide the required number of qualified staff for the operation of nuclear 
electric stations, a Nuclear Training Centre was established in 1962 at the Nuclear 
Power Demonstration Station near Rolphton on the Ottawa River. During 
the past year, 75 persons were in attendance at various times, including 13 engi- 
neers, 33 operators and 27 maintenance men. The original staff complement at the 
Nuclear Power Demonstration Station and these new recruitments are now shared 



Accident Prevention 83 

between that station and Douglas Point Nuclear Power Station. Standards and 
examinations for all personnel are set by Ontario Hydro. The Atomic Energy 
Control Board reviews the program and conducts independent examinations of the 
shift supervisors and control room operators. 

Accident Prevention 

By constant striving to better an already good safety record, the Commission's 
staff were able in 1964 to attain for the first time the low injury-frequency rate 
of ten lost-time injuries per million man-hours worked. In addition, the injury- 
severity rate was reduced from 1,200 days per million man-hours worked in 1963 
to 1,100 days in 1964. 

The east section of the Eastern Region and the Winchester Rural Operating 
Area both made significant contributions toward the achievement of this excellent 
safety record, each winning the National Safety Council Award of Merit for 
achieving more than one million man-hours of work without a lost-time injury. 
The east section of the Eastern Region attained this record in approximately a 
seven-month period ending in September 1964, and the Winchester Rural Operat- 
ing Area in a 13-year period ending in June 1964. 

The Commission's motor-vehicle accident-frequency rate, after nine succes- 
sive declines in preceding years, remained unchanged at ten accidents per million 
miles driven in 1964. It was, however, nearly 19 per cent below the average for 
the previous five years. 

An extensive new series of safety training courses launched in 1964 is 
expected to lead to still further improvement in the Commission's safety record. 

Labour Relations 

In its continuing relationship with 18 unions representing some 11,000 em- 
ployees, the Commission negotiated during 1964 four important labour agree- 
ments in bargaining sessions that were marked by mutual understanding and 
respect. These agreements, one with the Ontario Hydro Employees' Union, one 
with the Allied Construction Council, and two with the Canadian Union of 
Operating Engineers, run through 1965 and expire on various dates in 1966. 

During the year, combined committees of union and management personnel 
investigated many issues affecting Commission personnel throughout the prov- 
ince. These issues ranged from the rights of individual employees to the broad 
economic considerations related to wage and benefit negotiations. Of particular 
significance was a decision to form a committee to study and discuss the effect on 
employees of automation and technological change. 

Through the activity of the Allied Construction Council, an association of 
craft unions of construction workers, it was possible to further advance certain 
labour relations concepts in which management, together with the Council, 



84 



Staff Relations 



pioneered at the time the Council was formed thirteen years ago. These concepts 
were extended in 1964 to include the adoption of wage policies in keeping with 
community construction standards in effect at various locations throughout the 
province. Contractors performing work for the Commission will also comply 
with the new standards. 

The Commission makes available a consultative labour relations service to 
the associated municipal electrical utilities throughout Ontario. During 1964 ex- 
tensive services were provided to 38 utilities to assist them in dealing with such 
matters as union certifications, negotiations, conciliations, grievances, and arbitra- 
tions. As part of this service, two newsletters are published regularly to aid the 
utilities in co-ordinating their labour relations work. In addition, labour relations 
sessions conducted by Commission personnel were attended by 330 utility super- 
visors during the year. 

Pension and Insurance Funds 

The Pension Fund and the Employees' Savings and Insurance Fund, both 
held in trust by the Commission for the benefit of the employees, stood respectively 
at $166,448,000, and $708,000 at December 31, 1964. 




ADDITIONAL ACCOMMODATION AT ABITIBI CANYON — Temporary scars left by construction mark 
the extension which is part of the general improvement and additional housing provided for the grow- 
ing operating staff associated with the new generating stations on the Mattagami River. By Ihe summer 
of 1966 when the last unit now scheduled for installation at these stations will have been pieced in 
service, staff residing here will control and maintain five generating stations on two rivers with a total 
installed capacity of almost 760,000 kilowatts. 



Pension, Savings, and Insurance Funds 



85 



PENSION AND INSURANCE FUND 
SAVINGS AND INSURANCE FUND 

STATEMENT OF ASSETS 
as at December 31, 1964 





Pension and 

Insurance 

Fund 


Savings and 

Insurance 

Fund 


Total 


Investments 

Bonds and stocks — 

Federal and provincial government and 

government-guaranteed bonds 


$ 

122,579,200 
15,370,060 
10,519,066 


406,371 


$ 

122,985,571 
15,370,060 
10,519,066 


Corporation bonds 


Stocks 








Total bonds and stocks 


148,468,326 

13,685,783 
416,852 


406,371 


148,874,697 

13,685,783 
416,852 


(approximate market value $147,985,000) 
First mortgages on real estate 


Real property leased to others 








Total investments 


162,570,961 

114,339 
1,811,464 

1,951,396 


406,371 


162,977,332 


Cash 


114,339 
1,814,022 


Accrued interest 


2,558 
299,080 


Receivable from The Hydro-Electric Power 

Commission of Ontario 


2,250,476 






Total funds 


166,448,160 


708,009 


167,156,169 







Notes 

1. In the above statement, bonds are included at amortized cost, stocks at cost, first mortgages 
on real estate at balance of principal outstanding, and real property at cost less amortization. 
The par value of federal and provincial government and government-guaranteed bonds amounts 
to $125,127,000, and corporation bonds to $15,417,000. 

2. Payments during 1964 into the Pension and Insurance Fund were made on a basis considered 
appropriate by a consulting actuary, and payments during the year into the Savings and 
Insurance Fund were made as required by the Plan. 

AUDITORS' REPORT 

We have examined the statement of assets of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario Pension and 
Insurance Fund and Savings and Insurance Fund as at December 31, 1964. Our examination included a general 
review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as we con- 
sidered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion the accompanying statement presents fairly the assets of the Funds as at December 31, 1964. 

CLARKSON, GORDON & CO. 

Chartered Accountants- 
Toronto, Canada, 
May 7, 1965. 



Medical Services 

Within the framework of the preventive program to maintain and improve 
the general health of employees, more emphasis was given in 1964 to potential 
hazards to health in conventional thermal-electric and nuclear-electric generation. 
The radiation protection program was adapted in keeping with rapid develop- 
ments in the generation of power from nuclear reactors. In this regard, liaison 
was maintained with a number of other authorities including the Advisory Com- 
mittee of the Department of National Health and Welfare. 



86 Staff Relations 

A first-aid post was established in the fall at the new power development 
site at Mountain Chute, and other posts were maintained as before at Lake- 
view and Douglas Point Generating Stations, and on the ehv line-construction 
project. At the ten-bed hospital at Little Long Generating Station a physician 
and nursing staff provided full medical care to the local colony of employees 
and their families. 

Because of the danger of infection from sewage infiltration at the Chippawa 
Canal rehabilitation project, all workers engaged there were inoculated against 
typhoid fever and tetanus. 

Among members of senior management, the incidence of serious illness 
during 1964 was abnormally high, and the Commission had the misfortune over 
a period of months to lose through death the valued services of four members of 
the senior management staff. 

With regard to the staff of the Commission as a whole, it can be said that 
the health experience of the employees was satisfactory and above average for the 
community. 



APPENDIX I-OPERATIONS 



THE tables in Appendix I are supplementary to the descriptive information on 
the year's operations given in Section I, and to information relating to the 
delivery of power and energy in wholesale quantities given in Section III. 

The table of power resources and requirements gives for each system and in 
total the primary peak requirements for the month of December, and the depend- 
able capacity of the Commission's resources at the time these peak requirements 
occurred. A separate table on pages 88 and 89 gives the December dependable 
capacity and maximum output of each Commission-owned station and each source 
of purchased power. The dependable capacity of a station is the net output which 
it can be expected to supply at the time of the system primary peak requirements, 
assuming that all units are available and that the supply of water is normal. This 
capacity may be recalculated from time to time in accordance with changing 
conditions. The capacity of a source of purchased power is based on the terms of 
the purchase contract. 

The Analysis of Energy Sales on pages 92 and 93 shows how the kilowatt- 
hours generated or purchased by the Commission and the associated municipal 
utilities were distributed to the various classes of ultimate customers or to inter- 
connected sy terns. 

Statistics of peak loads and capacities are given, as elsewhere in the Report, 
in kilowatts rather than in horsepower. The kilowatt figures may be converted to 
horsepower by assuming that one horsepower is equivalent to 0.746 kilowatts. 

87 



88 



Appendix I — Operations 



THE COMMISSION'S POWER RESOURCES— 1964 



East System 

River 



Hydro-Electric Generating Stations 



Niagara JSir Adam Beck-Niagara No. 1 

Sir Adam Beck-Niagara No. 2 

Pumping-Generating Station 

tOntario Power 

•(Toronto Power 

Welland Canal DeCew Falls No. 1 

DeCew Falls No. 2 

Adjustment to Niagara River stations to compensate 
for use of water by Ontario Hydro rather than by 
another producer . 



Muskoka 
South Muskoka 



Beaver 

Severn 

Saugeen 

Trent 



Otonabee 



St. Lawrence 
Ottawa 



Madawaska 



Mississippi 

Rideau 
Abitibi 

Mississagi 

Matta garni 



Montreal 



Wanapitei 



Matabitchuan 

Sturgeon 

South 



Ragged Rapids. 
Big Eddy. 



South Falls 

Trethewey Falls 

Hanna Chute 

Eugenia 

Big Chute 

Hanover 

Heely Falls 

Ranney Falls 

Meyersburg 

Sidney 

Hagues Reach 

Seymour 

Frankford 

Sills Island 

Auburn 

Lakefield 

Robert H. Saunders-St. Lawrence. 

Des Joachims 

Otto Holden 

Chenaux 

Chats Falls (Ontario Half) 

Stewartville 

Barrett Chute 

Calabogie 

High Falls 

Galetta 

Merrickville 

JAbitibi Canyon 

Otter Rapids 

George W. Rayner 

Red Rock Falls 

Little Long 

tWawaitin 

tLower Sturgeon 

fSandy Falls 

Upper Notch 

Hound Chute 

Indian Chute 

Fountain Falls 

Stinson 

Coniston 

McVittie 

Matabitchuan 

Crystal Falls 

Nipissing 

Elliott Chute 

Bingham Chute 



Total hydro-electric — East System. 



Dependable 
Capacity* 



Location Thermal-Electric Generating Stations 

Windsor J. Clark Keith 

Toronto Richard L. Hearn 

Lakeview , 

Rolphton Nuclear Power Demonstration 

Chapleau Chapleau (Diesel-electric) 

Total thermal -electric — East System 

Total generated — East System 



kw 



440,000 
,335.000 
150,000 
118,000 

' 26,666 
130,000 



75,000 

7,500 

7,100 

4,200 

1,600 

1,200 

5,400 

4,300 

250 

11,150 

8,350 

5,100 

3,350 

3,250 

2,950 

2,550 

1,550 

1,750 

1,650 

659,000 

372,000 

210,000 

116,000 

82,000 

63,000 

42,000 

4,400 

2,450 

800 

900 

232,000 

180,700 

47,000 

42,200 

123,000 

10,800 

6,000 

2,700 

8,400 

3,600 

3,000 

2,000 

5,700 

4,100 

2,200 

10,000 

8,200 

1,600 

1,400 

900 



Maximum 
Output* 



4,445,250 



256,000 

1,200,000 

570,000 

1,666 



2,027,000 



6,472,250 



kw 



429,000 

1,290,000 

130,000 

49,000 



33,500 

138,600 



7,800 

7,575 

4,450 

1,800 

1,400 

3,700 

4,485 

250 

12,000 

8,100 

5,663 

3,600 

3,560 

2,832 

2,650 

900 

1,596 

1,656 

699,000 

378,000 

220,000 

122,000 

88,000 

65,500 

42,000 

4,575 

2,000 

480 

285 

221,300 

168,000 

47,820 

41,800 

126,000 

10,600 

6,000 

2,140 

8,100 

3,900 

3,000 

2,010 

4,410 

4,080 

2,060 

10,000 

6,120 

1,600 

1,460 

910 



Annual Energy 
Output (net) 



253,000 

1,162,500 

811,000 

20,200 

754 



kwh 



3,059,211,000 

5,712,742,300 

111,286,600 

6,373.000 

2,285,100 

118,000,000 

725,159,400 



33,277,100 

30,702,270 

18,731,940 

8,299,000 

6,113,160 

11,085,600 

24,698,400 

817,880 

59,076,350 

43,489,180 

26,574,290 

15,961.600 

19,066,650 

15,763,680 

12,155,550 

5,789,040 

9,083,040 

4,182,580 

5,313,165,000 

1,996.560,000 

1,067,565,700 

643,196,800 

459,037,500 

170,813,400 

155,995,400 

21,018,660 

12,870,720 

3,436,190 

2,501,210 

1,322,053,000 

762,040,400 

294,131,750 

180,261,700 

575,431,700 

69,561,496 

44,532,277 

18,654,212 

52,490,000 

29,145,600 

14,186,040 

15,983,040 

22,507,720 

22,321,160 

14,643,600 

58,486,960 

38,333,700 

7,960,720 

3,930,132 

3,487,640 



23,249,084,737 



545,789,200 
4,259,336,500 
3,632,981,000 

141,407,200 
1,604,800 



8,581,118,700 



31,830,203,437 



Capacity and Output of Power Resources 



89 



THE COMMISSION'S POWER RESOURCES— 1964 



East System — Continued 

Sources of Purchased Power 

Detroit Edison Co 

^Niagara Mohawk Power Corp 

tCanadian Niagara Power Co 

Power Authority of the State of New York 

{Quebec Hydro-Electric Commission 

Maclaren-Quebec Power Co 

Ottawa Valley Power Co 

JAbitibi Power and Paper Co. Ltd 

Great Lakes Power Corp. Ltd 

Miscellaneous (relatively small suppliers) 

Total purchased — East System 



West System 

River Hydro-Electric Generating Stations 

Nipigon Pine Portage 

Cameron Falls 

Alexander 

English Caribou Falls 

Manitou Falls 

Ear Falls 

Kaministikwia Silver Falls 

Kakabeka Falls 

Winnipeg Whitedog Falls 

Aguasabon Aguasabon 

Albany Rat Rapids 

Total hydro-electric — West System 



Location Thermal- Electric Generating Stations 

Fort William Thunder Bay 

Total generated — West System 



Sources of Purchased Power 

Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board 

Total purchased — West System . . 

Total generated 

Total purchased 

Total generated and purchased 



Dependable 
Capacity* 



kw 



15,000 

'425,500 
93,000 
82,000 



1,500 



617,000 



119,200 
76,700 
60,900 
79,300 
65,700 
15,900 
45,100 
25,000 
61,700 
44,000 



593,500 



93,000 



686,500 



7,158,750 

617,000 

7,775,750 



Maximum 
Output* 



kw 



317,000 

473,000 



106,000 

592,500 

97,700 

88,000 

34,750 

26,000 

31,000 



123,000 
72,500 
65,000 
74,000 
67,500 
16,380 
47,700 
24,400 
58,000 
46,600 




7,200 



Annual Energy 
Output (net) 



kwh 



708,356,440 

1,616,839,000 

374,000 

571,152,000 

4,625,029,228 

589,211,000 

460,600,500 

17,005,420 

36,788,000 

30,511,551 



8,655,867,139 



792 
565 
412 
465 
404 
125 
273 
141 
394 
310 



830,400 
132,000 
370,000 
540,000 
083,600 
381,400 
673,400 
887,100 
330,000 
867,180 
1,350 



3,886,096,430 



5,578,690 



3,880,517,740 



32,343,465 



32,343,465 

35,710,721,177 

8,688,210,604 

44,398,931,781 



*The power capacity and output referred to in this table are the 20-minute peaks for the month of December 
Since the various maximum outputs do not coincide, their sum is not the peak load of the system. 
t25 cycles. 
t25 and 60 cycles. 



90 



Appendix I — Operations 



POWER RESOURCES 



East System 1964 

1963 



Net increase 



West System 1964 

1963 



Net increase 



Total 1964 

1963 



Hydro-Electric 



kw 

4,445,250 
4,437,250 

8,000 

593,500 
593,500 



5,038,750 
5,030,750 



December Dependable 



Commission Stations 



Thermal-Electric t 



kw 
2,027,000 
2,015,000 

12,000 

93,000 
93,000 



2,120,000 
2,108,000 



Total 



kw 
6,472,250 
6,452,250 

20,000 

686,500 
686,500 



7,158,750 
7,138,750 



•The capacities shown are those available for a 20-minute period at the times of system primary peak demand in 
December, the capacity of sources of purchased power being based on the terms of the purchase contract. Require- 
ments shown are the December coincident peaks for each system and their arithmetic sum. 



Energy Made Available by the Commission 





1963 


1964 


Increase 
or 

Decrease 


East System 
Generated (net) 


kwh 

22,712,462,538 
7,726,922,800 


kwh 

23,249,084,737 
8,581,118,700 


per cent 
2.4 


thermal-and diesel-electric . . 


11.1 




30,439,385,338 
7,357,592,530 

34,872,790,819 
2,924,187,049 


31,830,203,437 
8,655,867,139 

37,643,614,970 
2,842,455,606 


4.6 


Purchased 

Primary 


17.6 
7.9 
2.8 






Total 


37,796,977,868 37,796,977,868 

3,602,788,565 
14,391,800 


40,486,070,576 40,486,070,576 

3,886,096,430 
5,578,690 


7.1 


West System 
Generated, (net) 


7.9 












3,617,180,365 
57,026,951 

2,771,734,954 
902,472,362 


3,880,517,740 
32,343,465 

2,987,871,666 
924,989,539 


7.3 




43.3 




7.8 




2.5 






Total 

Total 

Generated (net) 


3,674,207,316 3,674,207,316 

26,315,251,103 
7.741,314,600 


3,912,861,205 3,912,861,205 

27,135,181,167 
8,575,540,010 


6.5 
3.1 


thermal-and diesel-electric . . 


10.8 




34,056,565,703 
7,414,619,481 

37,644,525,773 
3,826,659,411 


35,710,721,177 
8,688,210,604 

40,631,486,636 
3,767,445,145 


4.9 




17.2 




7.9 




1.5 






Total 


41,471,185,184 41,471,185,184 


44,398,931,781 44,398,931,781 


7.1 



Resources and Loads 



91 



AND REQUIREMENTS 



Capacity* 


Primary Power 
Requirements* 


Reserve 




Sources of 

Purchased 

Power 


Total 
Dependable 
Capacity* 


Ratio of 

Reserve to 

Requirements 


kw 
617.000 
617,500 

500 






617,000 
617,500 


kw 
7,089,250 
7,069,750 

19,500 

686,500 
686,500 



7,775,750 
7,756,250 


kw 
6,745,290 
6,351,426 

393,864 

464,910 
445,480 

19,430 

7,210,200 
6,796,906 


kw 
343,960 
718,324 

221,590 
241.020 

X 

X 


per cent 

5.1 

11.3 

47.7 
54.1 

X 

X 



JThere is no interconnection between the East and West Systems, 
t Includes diesel-electric. 



92 



Appendix I — Operations 



ANALYSIS OF 
by the Commission and Associated 





Sales by Associated 

Municipal 

Electrical Utilities 

Listed in 

Statement A 


Ultimate use: 

Residential service 


kvvh 
8,603,146,506 


Summer service 








Total sales residential-type service 

Commercial service 


8,603,146,506 
4,388,173,190 


Industrial power service — primary 


10,464,433,725 


— secondary 




Farm 




Street Lighting ... 


331,271,641 


Unclassified as to ultimate use: 

To interconnected systems for resale — primary 




— secondary . . 








Total sales to ultimate customers and for resale 


23,787,025,062 


Adjustments: 

Municipality served as direct customer 


1,604,800 


Distribution losses and unaccounted for — M.E.U 

Generated by M.E.U. listed in Statement A 


924,992,206 

195,998,723 


Purchased by M.E.U. listed in Statement A from sources other than 
the Commission ... 


198,000,397 






Commission sales to municipalities and to direct and retail customers 

Distribution losses and unaccounted for — Commission. . 


24,316,413,348 






Generated and purchased by the Commission 









Analysis of Energy Sales 



93 



ENERGY SALES 

Municipal Electrical Utilities during 1964 



Sales by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 


Total 




To Retail Customers 


To Direct Customers 




In Certain Towns 

and Villages 

Served by Commission 

Distribution Facilities 


In Rural Areas 




kwh 
139,804,300 


kwh 

1,364,958,200 
105,483,200 


kwh 


kwh 

10,107,909,006 
105,483,200 
















139,804,300 


1,470,441,400 
407,033,500 
779,264,700 




10,213,392,206 

4,867,992,090 

19,986,788,257 
590,122,014 

1,090,954,900 

352,148,641 

391,939,067 
3,090,430,167 




72,785,400 






23,946,600 


8,719,143,232 
590,122,014 






1,090,954,900 
17,303,600 




3,573,400 








391,939,067 
3,090,430,167 
















240,109,700 


3,764,998,100 


12,791,634,480 
1,604,800 


40,583,767,342 








924,992,206 

195,998,723 

198,000,397 




























240,109,700 
13,808,424 


3,764,998,100 
317,461,646 


12,793,239,280 


41,114,760,428 

331,270,070 

2,952,901,283 




















44,398,931,781 













APPENDIX II-FINANCIAL 

Table of Financial Statements 

Page 

Balance Sheet 26 

Statement of Operations 28 

Summary of the Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 29 

Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies 30 

Equities Accumulated through Sinking Fund Provision and Interest 30 

Source and Application of Funds 32 

Fixed Assets 96 

Accumulated Depreciation 100 

Frequency Standardization 101 

Exchange Discount (Net) on Funded Debt 101 

Funded Debt 102 

Advances from the Province of Ontario 103 

Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power to Municipalities 104 

Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 122 



95 



96 



Appendix II — Financial 



FIXED 
Statement Showing Changes during 



Property 



Balance 

December 31, 

1963 



Placed 

in 
Service 



In 



Changes 



Equipment 
Relocated 

and 
Reclassified 



Power Supply Facilities 

Hydro-Electric Generating Stations 
Niagara River 

Sir Adam Beck-Niagara No. 1 

Sir Adam Beck-Niagara No. 2 

Pumping-Generating Station .... 

River Remedial Works and Control 
Structure 

Ontario Power 

Toronto Power 

Wei land Canal 

DeCew Falls 

St. Lawrence River 

Robert H. Saunders-St. Lawrence. . 
Ottawa River 

Des Joachims 

Otto Holden 

Chenaux 

Chats Falls 

Ogoki Diversion 

Madawaska River 

Stewartville 

Barrett Chute 

Mountain Chute 

Abitibi River 

Abitibi Canyon 

Otter Rapids 

Mississagi River 

George W. Rayner 

Red Rock Falls 

Mattagami River 

Little Long 

Harmon 

Kipling 

Nipigon River 

Pine Portage 

Cameron Falls 

Alexander 

English River 

Caribou Falls 

Manitou Falls 

Kaministikwia River 

Silver Falls 

Winnipeg River 

Whitedog Falls 

Aguasabon River 

Aguasabon 

Other properties 

Total Hydro-Electric Generating 
Stations 



87,057,316 

265,182,956 

40,235,284 

9,114,712 
21,993,052 
11,546,739 

27,399,998 

301,573,557 

74,805,679 

58,917,767 

29,780,083 

8,292,931 

5,052,955 

12,544,731 
4,879,670 



22,805,957 
32,696,393 

18,565,901 
16,888,628 

45,138,681 



31,984,373 
15,601,517 
11,787,960 

24,175,613 
15,518,336 

16,002,722 

21,308,471 

12,698,461 
56,542,154 



989,297 

458,431 

309 

1,144,452 

744 



17,042 

370,589 

310,546 

254,115 

105,600 

3,264 



633 
686 



729,897 
450,829 

30,775 
2,680 

9,000 



22,217 

31,104 

2,256 

4,295 



837 

62,691 
921,476 



S 



295,156 
259,286 
223,690 



466 



1,936 



3,515 



5,939 



15,328 
61,338 



1,300,092,597 



5,899,237 



324,370 



Fixed Assets 



97 



ASSETS 

Year 1964 and Balances at December 31, 1964 



Service 



during Year 



Sales 

and 

Retirements 



Balance 

December 31, 

1964 



Under 

Construction 

December 31, 

1964 



Total 

Fixed Assets 

December 31, 

1964 



Expenditures 

during 

1964 



228,173 
70,346 



383 



64,337 

207,009 

297 

1,490 

12,209 

575 



16,100 
29,571 



1,045 

19,280 

800 



574 

4,500 
300,966 



88,113,596 

265,311,755 

40,459,283 

10,259,164 
21,992,947 
11,546,739 

27,352,703 

301,737,137 

75,116,522 

59,170,392 

29,873,474 

8,289,092 

5,052,955 

12,543,428 
4,880,356 



23,516,239 
33,147,222 

18,567,105 
16,891,308 

45,129,681 



32,005,545 
15,607,393 
11,789,416 

24,179,908 
15,518,336 

16,002,722 

21,308,734 

12,771,980 
57,224,002 



$ 



4,398,693 

25,144 

145,196 

155,752 
111,777 



48,008 

133,959 

77,971 

22,896 

1,023 

30,787 



1,465 

19,883 

2,129,725 

713,667 
5,660 

274 
1,703 

406 

20,129,837 

6,604,587 

1,873 

33,174 

247,596 

179,467 
452 

2,905 

19,320 



3,263,022 



92,512,289 

265,336,899 

40,604,479 

10,414,916 
22,104,724 
11,546,739 

27,400,711 

301,871,096 

75,194,493 

59,193,288 

29,874,497 

8,319,879 

5,052,955 

12,544,893 
4,900,239 
2,129,725 

24,229,906 
33,152,882 

18,567,379 
16,893,011 

45,130,087 

20,129,837 

6,604,587 

32,007,418 
15,640,567 
12,037,012 

24,359,375 
15,518,788 

16,005,627 

21,328,054 

12,771,971 
60,487,024 



4,538,119 
42,274 
20,248 

277,737 
70,539 



46,678 

448,673 

364,852 

216,920 

106,539 

16,693 



2,098 

20,569 

1,731,793 

1,024,427 
34,615 

4,045 
2,142 

11,896 

12,067,967 

4,750,476 

12,503 
34,100 
66,940 

168,318 

412 

963 

4,712 

44,749 
124,020 



957,070 



1,305,359,134 



38,506,213 



1,343,865,34 



26,256,017 



98 



Appendix II — Financial 



FIXED 
Statement Showing Changes during 





In 




Balance 

December 31, 

1963 


Changes 


Property 


Placed 

in 
Service 


Equipment 
Relocated 

and 
Reclassified 


Power Supply Facilities (Continued) 

Thermal-Electric Generating 
Stations 
J. Clark Keith 


$ 

46,547,373 

146,654,688 

78,114,225 


$ 

23,332 

429,116 

29,013,702 


$ 


Richard L. Hearn 












Thunder Bay 


27,000,000 


29,278 


10,299 


Douglas Point Nuclear Power 
Station — Ontario Hydro 

Contribution 




Pickering Nuclear Power Station. . . 
Other properties 








1,046,555 












Total Thermal-Electric Generating 
Stations 


299,362,841 


29,495,428 


10,299 






Total Generating Stations 


1,599,455,438 


35,394,665 


334,669 






Transformer stations 


290,914,384 

318,846,477 

13,592,942 

306,444,207 


13,199,242 
9,588,213 
1,226,680 

18,500,105 


320,657 


Transmission Lines 


69,596 


Communication Equipment. . .... 


9,328 


Retail Distribution Plant and 

Equipment 


65,712 






Total Power Supply Facilities 


2,529,253,448 


77,908,905 


800 


Administrative and Service Land, 
Buildings, and Equipment 

Land and Buildings 


31,672,748 
11,369,963 


1,463,892 
1,240,041 


800 


Office and Service Equipment 


603,689 


Total Administrative and Service 


43,042,711 


2,703,933 


602,889 


Total Fixed Assets 


2,572,296,159 


80,612,838 


603,689 







Changes in Assets under Construction During 1964 

Under construction at December 31, 1963 $ 92,646,527 

Expenditures during 1964 1 10,121,133 



Less placed in service during 1964 



202,767,660 
80,612,838 



Under construction at December 31, 1964 $122,154,822 



Note: 

The balance of $603,689 in the column Equipment Relocated and Reclassified represents the 
original cost of certain equipment reclassified from Tools and Equipment to Office and Service 
Equipment. 



Fixed Assets 



99 



ASSETS 

Year 1964 and Balances at December 31, 1964 



Service 


Under 

Construction 

December 31, 

1964 


Total 

Fixed Assets 

December 31, 

1964 




during Year 


Balance 

December 31, 

1964 




Sales 

and 

Retirements 


Expenditures 

during 

1964 


1,299 

103,154 

13,420 


$ 

46,569,406 
146,980,650 
107,114,507 


$ 

49,246 

40,010 

41,995,546 

1,136,224 

325,335 

2,910,564 

390,178 

1,013,138 


$ 

46,618,652 

147,020,660 

149,110,053 

1,136,224 

27,364,912 

2,910,564 

390,178 

1,915,956 


$ 

59,508 

390,514 

27,464,024 

1,044,716 




27,039,577 


21,230 




608,450 






90,524 


143,737 


902,818 


26,784 


261,610 


328,606,958 


47,860,241 


376,467,199 


29,652,182 


1,218,680 


1,633,966,092 


86,366,454 


1,720,332,546 


55,908,199 


1,778,634 

1,304,450 

214,673 

7,668,430 


302,014,335 

327,060,644 

14,595,621 

317,341,594 


11,026,179 

19,346,556 

624,690 

1,967,977 


313,040,514 

346,407,200 

15,220,311 

319,309,571 


16,774,697 

16,250,127 

568,363 

18,622,580 


12,184,867 


2,594,978,286 


119,331,856 


2,714,310,142 


108,123,966 


857,146 
390,739 


32,278,694 
12,822,954 


2,822,966 


35,101,660 
12,822,954 


757,126 
1,240,041 








1,247,885 


45,101,648 


2,822,966 


47,924,614 


1,997,167 


13,432,752 


2,640,079,934 


122,154,822 


2,762,234,756 


110,121,133 



Summary of Sales and Retirements during 1964 

Charged to accumulated depreciation , $ 6,715,190 

Charged to construction in progress 76,613 

Charged to operations 44,836 

Proceeds from sales 6,596, 113 



$13,432,752 



100 



Appendix II — Financial 



ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION 
for the Year Ended December 31. 1964 





Power Supply Facilities 


Administrative 

and Service 

Buildings and 

Equipment 






Generation, 
Transformation, 

Transmission, 

and 

Communications 


Retail 
Distribution 


Total 


Balances at December 31, 
1963 


$ 
275,605,374 

7,173,019 

22,065,613 
11,090 

17,859 

392,117 
183,156 


$ 
79,552,483 

2,231,586 
8,658,955 


$ 
11,065,478 

121,359 


$ 
366,223,335 


Add: 

Interest at 3% per annum 
on accumulated depre- 
ciation on plant not fully 
depreciated 


9,525,964 


Provision in the year 
— direct 


30,724,568 


— indirect 


1,326,712 

388,655 

1,050 
254 


1,337,802 


Transfers (including 
transfer from Tools and 
equipment) 


17,943 

5,382 
158,356 


388,739 


Excess of salvage recov- 
eries over removal costs 
on assets retired 

Other adjustments 


385,685 
341,766 




305,412,510 


90,613,941 


12,901,408 


408,927,859 


Deduct: 

Cost of fixed assets retired 
less proceeds from sales 
Transfer to the frequency 
standardization 
account (Note 1) 


2,224,823 
2,527,932 


4,139,178 


351,189 


6,715,190 
2,527,932 










4,752,755 


4,139,178 


351,189 


9,243,122 


Balances at December 31, 
1964 


300,659,755 


86,474,763 


12,550,219 


399,684,737 



Notes 

The balance in accumulated depreciation at December 31, 1963 included a special allowance of 
$3,160,951 for estimated capital losses and other costs in connection with 25-cycle equipment to 
be retired or converted as a result of frequency standardization. Actual losses have been less 
than estimated and the portion of the special allowance no longer required, $2,527,932, has been 
transferred to the frequency standardization account. The balance of $633,019, has been 
retained in accumulated depreciation to absorb capital losses on 25-cycle equipment and related 
facilities still to be retired. 



2. The depreciation shown in the Statement of Operations consists of the following amounts: 

Direct provision in the year $30,724,568 

Interest $9,525,964 

Less interest on administrative and service 

buildings and eouioment 121,359 

9,404,605 

$40,129,173 



Frequency Standardization and Exchange Discount 



101 



FREQUENCY STANDARDIZATION ACCOUNT 
for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 





Former 

Southern 

Ontario 

System 


Former 
Northern 

Ontario 
Properties 


Total 


Balances at December 31, 1963 


$ 
157,720,891 
5,849,034 


$ 
1,776,648 
69,842 


$ 
159,497,539 


Add interest for year 


5,918,876 








163,569,925 


1,846,490 


165,416,415 


Deduct: 

Amortization charged to cost of power 

Transfer from accumulated depreciation 


18,471,551 
2,527,932 


970,978 


19,442,529 
2,527,932 










20,999,483 


970,978 


21,970,461 


Balances at December 31, 1964 


142,570,442 


875,512 


143,445,954 



EXCHANGE DISCOUNT (NET) ON FUNDED DEBT 
for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 





Discount 


Premium 


_Net 
Discount 


Exchange discount and premium on funded debt 
issued in United States funds: 

Balances at December 31, 1963 

Less discount at time of issue on bonds redeemed 
during 1964 


$ 

5,990,386 
60,402 


4,873,718 


$ 

1,116,668 
60,402 








Balances at December 31, 1964 


5,929,984 


4,873,718 


1,056,266 



102 



Appendix II — Financial 



FUNDED DEBT AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1964 



Date of Maturity 



Callable 
on or after 



Date of Issue 



Interest Rate 



Principal 
Outstanding 
Dec. 31, 1964 



payable in Canadian funds — Guaranteed as to principal and interest by the Province of Ontario: 



Apr. 1, 


1965 


Apr. 1, 1964 


Apr. 1, 


1957 


/o 
5 


$ 
16,638,500 


Dec. 15, 


1965 


Dec. 15, 1963 


Dec. 15, 


1948 


3 


42,475,000 


Jan. 15, 


1966 


Jan. 15, 1964 


Jan. 15, 


1956 


3H 


10,338,000 


Mar. 1, 


1966 


Mar. 1, 1965 


Mar. 1, 


1958 


4 


32,126,000 


May 1, 


1966 


May 1, 1964 


May 1, 


1951 


*A 


24,099,500 


Jan. 15, 


1967 


Jan. 15, 1965 


Jan. 15, 


1952 


4 


35,044,000 


Mar. 15, 


1967 


Mar. 15, 1964 


Mar. 15 


1953 


4^ 


27,316,000 


Apr. 1, 


1967 


Apr. 1, 1965 


Apr. 1, 


1949 


3 


41,164,500 


Apr. 1, 


1967 


Apr. 1, 1964 


Apr. 1, 


1947 


2% 


14,327,000 


Nov 1, 


1967 


Nov. 1, 1964 


Nov. 1, 


1952 


4M 


15,972,000 


Nov. 1, 


1967 


Nov. 1, 1964 


Nov. 1, 


1952 


4M 


24,306,500 


Jan. 15, 


1968 


Jan. 15, 1966 


July 15, 


1949 


3 


41,721,000 


Apr. 15, 


1968 


Apr. 15, 1966 


Apr. 15, 


1952 


4 


35,066,000 


Oct. 1, 


1968 


Oct. 1, 1965 


Oct. 1 


1947 


2M 


19,213,000 


July 1, 
July 15, 


1969 




July 1, 
July 15 


1959 


5 3 A 


12,209,500 


1969 


Juiy 15, 1966 


1953 


4H 


28,681,500 


July 15 


1969 


July 15, 1966 


July 15 


1953 


4M 


20,670,000 


Nov. 1 


1969 


Nov. 1, 1967 


Nov. 1 


1949 


3 


48,518,000 


Jan. 1 


1970 




Jan. 1 
Feb. 15 


1930 


4% 


9,482,000 


Feb. 15 


1970 




1960 


6 


15,369,000 


Apr. 1 


1970 


Apr. 1,1968 


Apr. 1 


1950 


3 


52,546,000 


June 15 


1970 




June 15 


1962 


*A 


12,652,500 


July 15 
Oct. 15 


1970 




July 15 
Oct. 15 


1960 


5% 


5,015,000 


1970 


Oct. 15, 1969 


1958 


±A 


4,743,000 


Feb. 1 


1971 




Feb. 1 


1964 


5 


15,999,500 


Feb. 15 


1971 




Feb. 15 


1961 


5H 


5,300,000 


Mar. 1 


1971 




Mar. 1 


1963 


5 


13,500,000 


June 1 


1971 


June 1, 1961 


June 1 


1946 


2% 


18,035,000 


Nov. 15 


1971 




Nov. 15 


1961 


m 


6,900,000 


June 15 


1973 


June 15, 1971 


June 15 


1950 


3 


54,300,000 


July 15 


1974 


July 15, 1972 


July 15 


1956 


4 


49,461,000 


Oct. 15 


1974 


Oct. 15, 1972 


Oct. 15 


1956 


*A 


26,592,500 


Aug. 15 


1975 


Aug. 15, 1972 


Feb. 15 


1957 


4^ 


35,441,500 


Jan. 15 


1976 


Jan. 15, 1974 


Jan. 15 


1956 


4 


49,600,000 


Nov. 15 


1976 


Nov. 15, 1974 


Nov. 15 


1957 


5 


35,605,000 


Mar. 1 


1977 


Mar. 1, 1975 


Mar. 1 


1955 


*A 


39,200,000 


Apr. 1 


1977 


Apr. 1, 1974 


Apr. 1 


1957 


5 


79,602,000 


Mar. 1 


1978 


Mar. 1, 1976 


Mar. 1 


1958 


*A 


35,984,000 


Oct. 15 


1978 


Oct. 15, 1976 


Oct. 15 


1958 


5 


49,145,000 


May 15 


1979 


May 15, 1974 


May 15 


1954 


$A 


35,000,000 


July 1 


, 1979 




July 1 
Oct. 15 


1959 


5% 


36,164,000 


Oct. 15 


, 1979 


Oct." 15, 1974 


1954 


$A 


49,975,000 


Feb. 15 


1980 


Feb. 15, 1978 


Feb. 15 


1960 


6 


33,245,000 


July 15 


, 1980 


July 15, 1978 


July 15 


1960 


SA 


42,970,500 


Feb. 15 


, 1981 


Feb. 15, 1979 


Feb. 15 


1961 


5A 


43,995,500 


June 15 


, 1982 


June 15, 1979 


June 15 


1962 


5 


36,351,000 


Mar. 1 


, 1983 


Mar. 1, 1980 


Mar. 1 


1963 


5H 


45,850,000 


June 15 


, 1983 


June 15, 1979 


June 15 


1963 


5 


59,718,900 


Nov. 15 


, 1983 


Nov. 15, 1980 


Nov. 15 


, 1961 


5H 


42,800,000 


Feb. 1 


, 1984 


Feb. 1, 1981 


Feb. 1 


1964 


5H 


58,999,400 


Oct. 1 


, 1984 


Oct. 1, 1980 


Oct. 1 


1964 


5H 


65,000,000 










1,654,428,300 



Funded Debt and Provincial Advances 



103 



FUNDED DEBT AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1964— Concluded 



Date of Maturity 



Callable 
on or after 



Date of Issue 



Interest Rate 



Principal 
Outstanding 
Dec. 31, 1964 



PAYABLE IN UNITED STATES FUNDS- 



-Held by Province of Ontario and having terms identical with 
issues sold in the United States by the Province of Ontario 
on behalf of the Commission: 









% 


$ 


May 15, 1971 


May 15, 1956 


May 15, 1951 


3M 


48,991,000 


Sept. 1, 1972 


Sept. 1, 1956 


Sept. 1, 1951 


3M 


42,750,000 


Feb. 1, 1975 


Feb. 1, 1958 


Feb. 1, 1953 


3H 


47,181,000 


Nov. 1, 1978 


Nov. 1, 1958 


Nov. 1, 1953 


3^ 


48,966,000 


Mar. 15, 1980 


Mar. 15, 1959 


Mar. 15, 1954 


3% 


29,920,000 


May 15, 1981 


May 15, 1961 


May 15, 1956 


3V 8 


44,390,000 


Feb. 1, 1984 


Feb. 1, 1969 
sbt (at par of exchan 


Feb. 1, 1959 
ge) 


m 


74,600,000 




336,798,000 


Total funded d 


1,991,226,300 











Summary of Changes in Funded Debt during the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



Outstanding at December 31, 1963 
Less redemptions during year 



Add new bond issues during year. . 
Outstanding at December 31, 1964 



$1,949,245,300 
98,019,000 

1,851,226,300 
140,000,000 

$1,991,226,300 



ADVANCES FROM THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1964 

Annuity bonds repayable to the Province in accordance with the terms of Province 
of Ontario bonds issued in part for the purposes of the Commission 



Date of Maturity 



Interest Rate 




Balance of Advances 

Outstanding 

December 31, 1964 

(Payable in Canadian, 

United States, or 

Sterling Funds) 



May 15, 1965-1968 

May 15, 1965-1970.... 

Jan. 15, 1965-1971 

June 1, 1965-1971 

Total advances (at par of exchange) 



$ 
2,092,111 
2,661,112 
1,829,526 
2,519,908 



9,102,657 



Summary of Changes in Advances from the Province of Ontario 
during the Year Ended December 31, 1964 

Balance of advances at December 31, 1963 $10,685,726 

Less repayments during year 1,583,069 

Balance of advances at December 31, 1964 $ 9,102,657 



104 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Cost of 



Operating 
Costs and 

Fixed 
Charges 



Frequency 
Standardi- 
zation 



Credits 
Resulting 

from 

Matured 

Sinking 

Fund 



Total 

before 

Reserve 

Withdrawals 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig. . . 

Ajax 

Alexandria. . . 
Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston. . . . 
Amherstburg. 
Ancaster 

Apple Hill . . . 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan 

Aurora 

Avonmore . . . 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Bancroft .... 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay. 
Bath 

Beachburg . . 
Beachville . . 
Beamsville. . 
Beaverton . . 
Beeton 

Belle River.. 
Belleville . . . 
Belmont. . . . 
Blenheim . . . 
Bloomfield . . 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon . 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville 



kw 
4,855.7 

405.9 
7,432.6 
2,405.2 

705.6 

2,928.7 
2,190.9 
257.3 
3,600.8 
2,380.7 

108.8 
339.3 
4,824.1 
861.2 
534.9 

4,082.6 
6,533.8 

185.3 
4,407.2 

790.4 

887.5 

1,381.6 

21,110.3 

498.3 

401.8 

382.2 
2,341.1 
1,864.8 
1,480.0 

517.5 

810.9 

24,944.0 

1,079.3 

1,692.9 

466.0 

745.4 
978.4 

1,335.6 
458.9 

7,888.8 



megawatt- 
hours 
24,891.0 
1,823.2 
39,906.2 
11,578.1 
3,244.0 

16,473.2 
11,290.5 
1,073.2 
21,060.7 
12,166.4 

499.6 

1,731.5 

23,976.0 

4,159.6 

2,617.4 

24,552.7 

36,313.1 

837.6 

21,947.6 

3,684.0 

4,055.6 
6,148.3 
119,072.0 
2,336.4 
1,885.0 

1,702.8 

15.228.8 

10,039.9 

7,600.3 

2,568.8 

4,195.2 
143,614.5 
5,083.2 
8,660.0 
2,036.4 

3,895.2 
4,996.8 
7,349.0 
2,216.0 
42,439.1 



206,535 

18,231 

299,557 

107,616 

29,611 

137,577 
94,095 
11,607 

160,088 
98,827 

4,882 

15,672 

206,636 

39,030 

23,690 

183,970 

263,787 

8,034 

176,815 

35,681 

36,409 
61,698 
848,666 
22,750 
17,743 

16,191 
101,715 
73,178 
64,573 
25,760 

37,805 
996,722 
45,795 
74,863 
19,337 

34,353 
44,927 
61,352 
20,385 
319,909 



$ 

24,279 
2,030 



1,287 
18,004 
11,904 



1,697 



32,669 



22,036 
3,952 



4,437 



11,705 
9,324 



4,054 



5,396 
8,464 



3,727 



6,678 
2,295 



9,619 
3,625 



1,719 



3,400 



3,209 
7,012 
3,133 

211 



3,140 



6,715 
1,879 

5,190 

13,741 



,793 



1,931 
3,161 



1,517 



10 


6,696 


601 


3,627 


3,958 



221,195 

16,636 

299,557 

105,897 

29,611 

134,177 

94,095 

9,685 

171,080 

107,598 

4,671 

17,369 

206,636 

35,890 

23,690 

183,970 

296,456 

8,034 

192.136 

37,754 

35,656 
61,698 
834,925 
22,750 
17,743 

16,191 
104,627 
82,502 
62,642 
22,599 

40,342 
996,722 
51,181 
76,631 
19,337 

37,479 

44,927 

64,403 

18,722 

319,909 



•See note 2, page 120. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



105 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
Ended December 31, 1964 



Primary Power 






Rates 










Interim 


Actual 


Withdrawals 














from Reserve 


Cost of 


Amounts 


Balance 








for Stabilization 








of Rates and 


Primary Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded 


per Kw 


per Kw 


Mills 


Contingencies 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


per Annum 


per Annum 


per Kwh 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




8,969 


212,226 


212,086.10 


139.90 


43.68 


43.70 


8.53 


750 


15,886 


16,771.89 


885.89 


41.32 


39.14 


8.71 


13,729 


285,828 


290,866.95 


5,038.95 


39.13 


38.45 


7.16 


4,443 


101,454 


103,711.64 


2,257.64 


43.12 


42.17 


8.76 


1,303 


28,308 


28,741.12 


433.12 


40.73 


40.12 


8.73 


5,410 


128,767 


130,056.03 


1,289.03 


44.41 


43.97 


7.82 


4,047 


90,048 


90,210.69 


162.69 


41.18 


41.10 


7.98 


475 


9,210 


9,465.85 


255.85 


36.79 


35.79 


8.58 


6,651 


164,429 


166,512.64 


2,083.64 


46.24 


45.66 


7.81 


4,397 


103,201 


103,675.37 


474.37 


43.55 


43.34 


8.48 


201 


4,470 


4,502.04 


32.04 


41.38 


41.08 


8.95 


627 


16,742 


16,944.26 


202.26 


49.94 


49.34 


9.67 


8,911 


197,725 


200,598.21 


2,873.21 


41.58 


40.98 


8.25 


1,591 


34,299 


34,146.84 


152.16 


39.65 


39.82 


8.25 


988 


22,702 


23,439.32 


737.32 


43.82 


42.44 


8.67 


7,541 


176,429 


181,797.66 


5,368.66 


44.53 


43.21 


7.19 


12,068 


284,388 


285,817.26 


1,429.26 


43.74 


43.52 


7.83 


342 


7,692 


7,652.59 


39.41 


41.30 


41.51 


9.18 


8,140 


183,996 


184,541.93 


545.93 


41.87 


41.75 


8.38 


1,460 


36,294 


36,330.61 


36.61 


45.96 


45.91 


9.85 


1,639 


34,017 


33,515.04 


501.96 


37.76 


38.32 


8.39 


2,552 


59,146 


59,626.08 


480.08 


43.16 


42.81 


9.62 


38,995 


795,930 


786,222.80 


9,707.20 


37.24 


37.70 


6.68 


921 


21,829 


22,115.71 


286.71 


44.38 


43.81 


9.34 


742 


17,001 


17,425.37 


424.37 


43.37 


42.31 


9.02 


706 


15,485 


16,054.71 


569.71 


42.01 


40.51 


9.09 


4,324 


100,303 


101,293.39 


990.39 


43.27 


42.84 


6.59 


3,444 


79,058 


80,794.29 


1,736.29 


43.33 


42.39 


7.87 


2,734 


59,908 


57,065.49 


2,842.51 


38.56 


40.48 


7.88 


956 


21,643 


21,936.77 


293.77 


42.39 


41.82 


8.43 


1,498 


38,844 


39,441.14 


597.14 


48.64 


47.90 


9.26 


46,075 


950,647 


956,430.48 


5,783.48 


38.34 


38.11 


6.62 


1,993 


49,188 


49,317.74 


129.74 


45.69 


45.58 


9.68 


3,127 


73,504 


73,111.76 


392.24 


43.19 


43.41 


8.49 


861 


18,476 


18,589.75 


113.75 


39.89 


39.65 


9.07 


1,377 


36,102 


36,657.42 


555.42 


49.18 


48.43 


9.27 


1,807 


43,120 


43,026.19 


93.81 


43.98 


44.07 


8.63 


2,467 


61,936 


63,856.69 


1,920.69 


47.81 


46.37 


8.43 


847 


17,875 


18,510.94 


635.94 


40.34 


38.95 


8.07 


14,572 


305,337 


303,152.87 


2,184.13 


38.43 


38.70 


7.19 



106 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Cost of 



Operating 
Costs and 

Fixed 
Charges 



Frequency 
Standardi- 
zation 



Credits 
Resulting 

from 

Matured 

Sinking 

Fund 



Total 

before 

Reserve 

Withdrawals 



Bracebridge. . . 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford Twp. 

Brechin 

Bridgeport . . 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville. . . 
Burk's Falls... 

Burlington . 
Cache Bay 

Caledonia 

Campbellford . . 
Campbellville . 

Cannington . . . 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place. 
Casselman ... 

Cayuga 

Chalk River... 

Chatham 

Chatsworth . . . 
Chesley 

Chesterville . . . 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater. . . . 
Collingwood . 



kw 

468.7 

1,970.3 

1,742.5 

24,064.2 

48,825.6 

7,120.7 
150.6 
996.7 
259.7 

1,732.2 

18,238.4 
661.5 
850.3 
220.1 
706.0 

39,017.2 

567.9 

1,126.5 

1,265.1 

155.7 

698.5 
1,996.3 

922.2 
3,345.0 

906.2 

522.0 

542.5 

24,663.1 

284.6 

1,343.1 

1,664.6 
1,493.0 

381.3 
2,450.5 

715.2 

11,890.9 

3,315.3 

1,021.1 

530.6 

6,870.3 



megawatt- 
hours 
1,550.3 
10,348.8 
7,274.7 
128,937.7 
278,763.3 

37,353.0 

712.6 

5,200.0 

1,185.2 

9,082.0 

99,935.6 

3,251.2 

3,930.5 

846.0 

3,882.2 

217,737.5 

1,774.6 

5,909.6 

3,753.3 

747.2 

3,616.0 
10,975.8 

4,687.4 
18,967.2 

3,412.8 

2,666.4 
2,946.5 
130,692.2 
1,328.0 
6,160.2 

7,848.0 
7,660.7 
1,944.8 
12,957.0 
3,322.8 

64,763.4 

16,760.9 

5,484.0 

2,533.8 

36,123.9 



17,826 

88,057 

66,589 

950,142 

1,928,920 

290,196 

6,883 

42,397 

11,814 

72,043 

711,968 

30,278 

35,449 

8,939 

33,201 

1,580,895 

22,813 

48,063 

43,257 

6,807 

32,570 
90,244 
41,027 
156,801 
39,110 

23,638 
23,278 
954,554 
12,329 
58,894 

74,992 
61,726 
17,494 
104,808 
29,012 

478,416 

119,859 

47,854 

23,765 

293,872 



120,321 
244,128 



35,603 



4,984 
1,298 



3,307 
4,252 
1,100 



195,086 
5,633 

778 



2,610 
123,316 



7,465 

1,906 

12,253 



3,057 



26,404 
144,460 



454 
781 



2,203 



22,257 

836 

2,094 

983 



239 

3,115 

35 

1,360 



2,872 



69,672 

499 

4,521 

4,548 

1,960 

586 

8,022 



1,158 
17,181 



17,826 

85,000 

66,589 

1,044,059 

2,028,588 

325,345 

6,102 

47,381 

10,909 

72,043 

689,711 

32,749 

37,607 

9,056 

33,201 

1,775,742 

22,813 

50,581 

43,257 

7,550 

31,210 
90,244 
41,027 
153,929 
39,110 

26,248 
23,278 
1,008,198 
11,830 
54,373 

70,444 
67,231 
18,814 
109,039 
29,012 

478,409 

119,859 

47,854 

22,607 

276,691 



'See note 2, page 120. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



107 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
Ended December 31, 1964 



Primary Power 






Rates 


Withdrawals 








Interim 


Actual 


from Reserve 


Cost of 


Amounts 


Balance 








for Stabilization 








of Rates and 


Primary Power 


Billed at 


{Refunded 


per Kw 


per Kw 


Mills 


Contingencies 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


per Annum 


per Annum 


per Kwh 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




866 


16,960 


18,141.34 


1,181.34 


38.71 


36.18 


10.94 


3,639 


81,361 


81,864.65 


503.65 


41.55 


41.29 


7.86 


3,219 


63,370 


64,107.14 


737.14 


36.79 


36.36 


8.71 


44,449 


999,610 


999,658.89 


48.89 


41.54 


41.53 


7.75 


90,186 


1,938,402 


1,923,620.51 


14,781.49 


39.40 


39.70 


6.95 


13,153 


312,192 


318,157.51 


5,965.51 


44.68 


43.84 


8.36 


278 


5,824 


5,694.79 


129.21 


37.81 


38.66 


8.17 


1,841 


45,540 


44,978.64 


561.36 


45.13 


45.69 


8.76 


480 


10,429 


10,648.06 


219.06 


41.00 


40.16 


8.80 


3,200 


68,843 


69.410.35 


567.35 


40.07 


39.74 


7.58 


33,688 


656,023 


660,192.99 


4,169.99 


36.20 


35.97 


6.56 


1,222 


31,527 


32,010.53 


483.53 


48.39 


47.66 


9.70 


1,571 


36,036 


36,360.26 


324.26 


42.76 


42.38 


9.17 


407 


8,649 


8,860.43 


211.43 


40.26 


39.29 


10.22 


1,304 


31,897 


31,164.24 


732.76 


44.14 


45.18 


8.22 


72,069 


1,703,673 


1,716,058.52 


12,385.52 


43.98 


43.67 


7.82 


1,049 


21,764 


21,524.47 


239.53 


37.90 


38.32 


12.26 


2,081 


48,500 


49,426.20 


926.20 


43.88 


43.05 


8.21 


2,337 


40,920 


45,688.50 


4,768.50 


36.11 


32.34 


10.90 


288 


7,262 


7,268.95 


6.95 


46.69 


46.65 


9.72 


1,290 


29,920 


28,603.45 


1,316.55 


40.95 


42.83 


8.27 


3,687 


86,557 


85,957.00 


600.00 


43.06 


43.36 


7.89 


1,703 


39,324 


39,463.44 


139.44 


42.79 


42.64 


8.39 


6,179 


147,750 


148,134.20 


384.20 


44.28 


44.17 


7.79 


1,674 


37,436 


38,802.50 


1,366.50 


42.82 


41.31 


10.97 


964 


25,284 


25,239.52 


44.48 


48.35 


48.43 


9.48 


1,002 


22,276 


22,385.61 


109.61 


41.26 


41.06 


7.56 


45,556 


962,642 


950,889.08 


11,752.92 


38.56 


39.03 


7.37 


526 


11,304 


11,461.05 


157.05 


40.27 


39.72 


8.51 


2,481 


51,892 


51,157.00 


735.00 


38.09 


38.63 


8.42 


3,075 


67,369 


69,003.82 


1,634.82 


41.45 


40.47 


8.58 


2,758 


64,473 


66,377.17 


1,904.17 


44.46 


43.18 


8.42 


704 


18,110 


18,577.93 


467.93 


48.72 


47.49 


9.31 


4,526 


104,513 


106,135.54 


1,622.54 


43.31 


42.65 


8.07 


1,321 


27,691 


27,809.89 


118.89 


38.88 


38.71 


8.33 


21,964 


456,445 


456,863.82 


418.82 


38.42 


38.38 


7.05 


6,124 


113,735 


116,942.70 


3,207.70 


35.27 


34.30 


6.79 


1,886 


45,968 


46,186.75 


218.75 


45.23 


45.02 


8.38 


980 


21,627 


21,736.29 


109.29 


40.97 


40.76 


8.54 


12,690 


264,001 


261,705.36 


2,295.64 


38.09 


38.42 


7.31 



108 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 
(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Cost of 



Operating 
Costs and 

Fixed 
Charges 



Frequency 
Standardi- 
zation 



Credits 
Resulting 

from 

Matured 

Sinking 

Fund 



Total 

before 

Reserve 

Withdrawals 



Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York Twp 

Eganville 

Elmira 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke Twp. 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton .... 
Fonthill 



kw 
342.5 

1,196.7 
408.7 
282.7 
212.7 

543.6 
331.1 

3,931.2 
243.3 

2,769.3 

1,110.0 
491.6 
451.9 

1,784.4 
249.6 

3,605.9 
346.6 
699.7 

10,045.7 
3,958.4 

1,902.0 

414.1 

37,830.4 

679.4 

4,915.3 

726.4 
208.0 
899.7 
419.6 
463.5 

74.5 

678.8 

2,783.5 

1,928.7 

155,977.2 

2,471.4 

4,021.6 

310.9 

424.0 

1,275.8 



megawatt- 
hours 
1,533.6 
6,271.0 
1,905.2 
1,339.6 
972.2 

2,678.4 
1,515.2 

21,541.2 
1,115.4 

13,731.8 

5,808.0 
2,307.4 
2,046.4 
9,304.6 
1,032.0 

21,903.8 

1,520.8 

3,375.2 

52,027.4 

21,436.0 

9,184.2 

2,086.9 

219,356.6 

3,426.5 

24,890.8 

3,777.6 
769.0 
4,487.6 
2,113.6 
2,428.0 

280.2 

3,431.4 

15,525.1 

10,376.7 

942,361.0 

12,870.4 

19,422.8 

1,269.4 

1,813.8 

6,633.0 



15,429 
48,975 
18,384 
12,233 
9,351 

23,819 
15,043 

161,686 
10,720 

115,093 

51,772 
20,707 
19,630 
79,680 
11,153 

162,982 

14,546 

33,638 

387,413 

171,393 

84,831 

20,870 

1,508,036 

30,145 

188,403 

33,335 
9,378 
40,808 
18,749 
21,054 

3,209 

30,806 

114,826 

82,015 

6,335,524 

113,962 

167,439 

13,666 

17,362 

54,573 



1,712 



1,414 
1,063 



1,656 



1,216 
13,847 



2,458 
2,259 
8,922 
1,248 



1,733 



50,229 
19,792 



2,070 
189,152 



24,577 



4,498 
2,098 
2,318 



372 



9,644 
779,886 



12,357 
20,108 



6,379 



3,589 

809 

896 

1,383 

1,487 

1 

401 



1,139 

2,129 

4,718 

789 



993 

1,287 

27,714 

9,889 

3,641 
3,373 



13,119 

2,019 

601 

6,529 

1,726 

135 



4,740 
19,862 



7,058 
6,567 



755 



$ 
13,552 
48,975 
17,575 
13,647 

9,518 

22,436 
15,212 

161,685 
11,535 

128,940 

51,772 
22,026 
19,760 
83,884 
11,612 

162,982 

15,286 

32,351 

409,928 

181,296 

81,190 

19,567 

1,697,188 

30,145 

199,861 

31,316 
8,777 
38,777 
19,121 
23,237 

3,581 

30,806 

114,826 

86,919 

7,095,548 

119,261 

180,980 

13,666 

16,607 

60,952 



'See note 2, page 120. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



109 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
Ended December 31, 1964 



Primary Power 






Rates 


Withdrawals 








Interim 


Actual 


from Reserve 


Cost of 


Amounts 


Balance 








for Stabilization 








of Rates and 


Primary Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded 


per Kw 


per Kw 


Mills 


Contingencies 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged ) 


per Annum 


per Annum 


per Kwh 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




633 


12,919 


13,240.54 


321.54 


38.66 


37.72 


8.42 


2,210 


46,765 


46,735.89 


29.11 


39.05 


39.08 


7.46 


755 


16,820 


16,769.80 


50.20 


41.03 


41.15 


8.83 


522 


13,125 


13,387.50 


262.50 


47.36 


46.42 


9.80 


393 


9,125 


9,063.08 


61.92 


42.61 


42.90 


9.39 


1,004 


21,432 


21,373.77 


58.23 


39.32 


39.43 


8.00 


612 


14,600 


14,521.18 


78.82 


43.86 


44.09 


9.64 


7,261 


154,424 


155,824.97 


1,400.97 


39.64 


39.28 


7.17 


449 


11,086 


11,182.73 


96.73 


45.96 


45.56 


9.94 


5,115 


123,825 


126,217.56 


2,392.56 


45.58 


44.71 


9.02 


2,050 


49,722 


50,339.92 


617.92 


45.35 


44.79 


8.56 


908 


21,118 


21,543.51 


425.51 


43.82 


42.95 


9.15 


835 


18,925 


19,407.25 


482.25 


42.95 


41.88 


9.25 


3,296 


80,588 


80,472.98 


115.02 


45.10 


45.16 


8.66 


461 


11,151 


11,454.34 


303.34 


45.89 


44.67 


10.81 


6,661 


156,321 


159,137.82 


2,816.82 


44.13 


43.35 


7.14 


640 


14,646 


14,921.94 


275.94 


43.05 


42.26 


9.63 


1,292 


31,059 


31,253.57 


194.57 


44.67 


44.38 


9.20 


18,556 


391,372 


398,764.00 


7,392.00 


39.69 


38.96 


7.52 


7,312 


173,984 


178,295.14 


4,311.14 


45.04 


43.95 


8.12 


3,513 


77,677 


76,454.56 


1,222.44 


40.20 


40.84 


8.46 


765 


18,802 


18,886.22 


84.22 


45.61 


45.40 


9.01 


69,877 


1,627,311 


1,633,016.52 


5ja5.52 


43.17 


43.01 


7.42 


1,255 


28,890 


28,987.75 


97.75 


42.67 


42.52 


8.43 


9,079 


190,782 


194,052.66 


3,270.66 


39.48 


38.81 


7.66 


1,342 


29,974 


29,863.91 


110.09 


41.11 


41.26 


7.93 


384 


8,393 


8,780.73 


387.73 


42.22 


40.35 


10.91 


1,662 


37,115 


37,835.11 


720.11 


42.05 


41.25 


8.27 


775 


18,346 


18,411.43 


65.43 


43.88 


43.72 


8.68 


856 


22,381 


22,671.83 


290.83 


48.91 


48.28 


9.22 


138 


3,443 


3,470.56 


27.56 


46.58 


46.22 


12.29 


1,254 


29,552 


29,480.33 


71.67 


43.43 


43.53 


8.61 


5,141 


109,685 


107,168.85 


2,516.15 


38.50 


39.40 


7.07 


3,563 


83,356 


83,260.84 


95.16 


43.17 


43.21 


8.03 


288,108 


6,807,440 


6,812,527.23 


5,087.23 


43.68 


43.64 


7.22 


4,565 


114,696 


114,370.38 


325.62 


46.28 


46.40 


8.91 


7,428 


173,552 


172,577.58 


974.42 


42.91 


43.15 


8.94 


574 


13,092 


13,514.23 


422.23 


43.47 


42.11 


10.31 


783 


15,824 


16,022.22 


198.22 


37.79 


37.32 


8.72 


2,357 


58,595 


59,546.01 


951.01 


46.67 


45.93 


8.83 



110 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Cost of 



Operating 
Costs and 

Fixed 
Charges 



Frequency 
Standardi- 
zation 



Credits 
Resulting 

from 

Matured 

Sinking 

Fund 



Total 

before 

Reserve 

Withdrawals 



Forest 

Forest Hill.. . 
Fort William 
Frankford . . . 
Gait 



Georgetown. . 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Grand Bend . . 
Grand Valley. 



Granton .... 
Gravenhurst 
Grimsby. . . . 

Guelph 

Hagersville . . 



Hamilton . 
Hanover. . 
Harriston. 
Harrow . . . 
Hastings. 



Havelock . . . 
Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Hespeler .... 



Highgate. . 
Holstein . . 
Huntsville 
Ingersoll. . 
Iroquois. . 



Jarvis 

Kapuskasing . . . 

Kemptville 

Killaloe Station. 
Kincardine 



King City. 
Kingston . 
Kingsville. 
Kirkfield.. 
Kitchener. 



kw 

1,525.6 

16,396.9 

37,408.8 

915.3 

28,478.8 

8,944.6 
705.9 

6,673.3 
835.9 
509.5 

125.0 

2,514.8 

3,441.3 

38,935.5 

1,617.5 

422,423.6 

5,271.1 

1,505.2 

1,433.7 

563.0 

650.3 
4,453.2 
1,630.2 

908.9 
6,208.0 

216.4 

130.5 

2,688.1 

6,052.0 

881.1 

395.4 
4,365.9 
1,938.7 

383.0 
2,311.6 

1,156.0 
53,003.6 

2,234.1 

110.5 

82,767.1 



megawatt- 
hours 

8,956.0 

81,498.0 

230,836.0 

4,976.9 

155,341.8 

50,859.0 
3,472.2 

34,760.3 
3,991.8 
2,356.2 

600.0 

13,701.6 

19,092.8 

223,891.6 

7,051.2 

2,805,314.1 

22,695.4 

7,987.8 

7,497.6 

2,921.6 

3,347.2 

23,099.6 

8,277.9 

4,460.8 

31,776.9 

830.5 

546.8 

15,454.0 

31,521.4 

4,425.6 

1,842.4 

21,168.0 

9,987.6 

1,772.4 

12,021.6 

6,025.1 

301,473.9 

11,280.5 

503.4 

453,300.5 



71,096 

621,280 

1,521,748 

39,309 
1,104,245 

372,147 
32,481 

287,367 
37,722 
23,869 

5,606 

111,505 

150,882 

1,527,572 

69,160 

17,461,949 

204,819 

61,203 

65,476 

24,655 

29,128 

171,717 

72.031 

39,928 

245,088 

9,445 

5,838 

121,074 

255,261 

36,940 

17,612 

172,681 

89,542 

17.118 

105,867 

50,472 
2,081,604 

91,399 

5,066 

2,999,325 



7,628 
81,984 



142,394 



44,723 
3,530 

33,366 
4,180 



625 



17,206 

194,677 

8,088 

1,847,952 

7,526 
7,168 



4,544 
31,040 



1,082 



30,260 



1,977 



5,780 

11,171 

413,835 



4,382 
8,225 



94,978 

15,068 
3,242 

21,322 

18 

1,635 

1,521 
2,063 

111,352 
16,678 

465,102 

13,201 

6,054 

2,267 



2,249 
13,905 

1,752 

387 

7,995 

29,985 



1,633 

385 

1 

243 

25 

38 

6,579 

29 

193,517 



74,342 

695,039 

1,521,748 

39,309 
1,151,661 

401,802 
32,769 

299,411 
41,884 
22,234 

4,710 

109,442 

168,088 

1,610,897 

60,570 

18,844,799 

191,618 

62,675 

70,377 

24,655 

29,128 

171,717 

72,031 

42,223 

262,223 

8,775 

5,451 

113,079 

255.536 

36,940 

17,956 

172,681 

89,157 

17,117 

105,624 

56,227 
2,081,566 

95,991 

5,037 

3,219,643 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



111 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
Ended December 31, 1964 



Primary Power 






Rates 


Withdrawals 








Interim 


Actual 


from Reserve 


Cost of 


Amounts 


Balance 








for Stabilization 








of Rates and 


Primary Power 


Billed at 


{Refunded 


per Kw 


per Kw 


Mills 


Contingencies 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


per Annum 


per Annum 


per Kwh 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




2,818 


71,524 


73,678.91 


2,154.91 


48.30 


46.88 


7.99 


30,287 


664,752 


680,895.89 


16,143.89 


41.53 


40.54 


8.16 


125,211 


1,396,537 


1,422,868.83 


26,331.83 


38.04 


37.33 


6.05 


1,691 


37,618 


36,964.80 


653.20 


40.39 


41.10 


7.56 


52,604 


1,099,057 


1,089,613.68 


9,443.32 


38.26 


38.58 


7.08 


16,522 


385,280 


393,389.34 


8,109.34 


43.98 


43.08 


7.58 


1,304 


31,465 


31,733.22 


268.22 


44.95 


44.57 


9.06 


12,326 


287,085 


289,646.86 


2,561.86 


43.40 


43.01 


8.26 


1,544 


40,340 


40,800.27 


460.27 


48.81 


48.26 


10.11 


941 


21,293 


21,564.20 


271.20 


42.32 


41.79 


9.04 


231 


4,479 


4,333.08 


145.92 


34.67 


35.83 


7.47 


4,645 


104,797 


104,578.87 


218.13 


41.59 


41.67 


7.65 


6,356 


161,732 


162,059.72 


327.72 


47.09 


46.99 


8.47 


71,918 


1,538,979 


1,503,472.12 


35,506.88 


38.61 


39.52 


6.87 


2,988 


57,582 


62,349.47 


4,767.47 


38.55 


35.60 


8.17 


780,263 


18,064,536 


18,028,559.84 


35,976.16 


42.68 


42.76 


6.44 


9,736 


181,882 


188,319.58 


6,437.58 


35.73 


34.51 


8.01 


2,780 


59,895 


61,620.28 


1,725.28 


40.94 


39.79 


7.50 


2,648 


67,729 


68,182.01 


453.01 


47.56 


47.24 


9.03 


1,040 


23,615 


23,561.77 


53.23 


41.85 


41.94 


8.08 


1,201 


27,927 


27,993.60 


66.60 


43.05 


42.94 


8.34 


8,226 


163,491 


173.631.04 


10,140.04 


38.99 


36.71 


7.08 


3,011 


69,020 


68,411.94 


603.06 


41.97 


42.34 


8.34 


1,679 


40,544 


41,101.94 


557.94 


45.22 


44.61 


9.09 


11,467 


250,756 


251,997.17 


1,241.17 


40.59 


40.39 


7.89 


400 


8,375 


8,517.98 


142.98 


39.36 


38.70 


10.08 


241 


5,210 


5,314.94 


104.94 


40.73 


39.92 


9.53 


4,965 


108,114 


110,344.34 


2,230.34 


41.05 


40.22 


7.00 


11,179 


244,357 


251,636.67 


7,279.67 


41.58 


40.38 


7.75 


1,627 


35,313 


35,491.84 


178.84 


40.28 


40.07 


7.98 


730 


17.226 


17,560.03 


334.03 


44.41 


43.56 


9.35 


8,064 


164,617 


161,883.45 


2,733.55 


37.08 


37.70 


7.78 


3,581 


85,576 


86,206.61 


630.61 


44.47 


44.14 


8.57 


707 


16,410 


17,032.38 


622.38 


44.47 


42.84 


9.26 


4,270 


101,354 


103,414.21 


2,060.21 


44.74 


43.84 


8.43 


2,135 


54,092 


54,179.29 


87.29 


46.87 


46.79 


8.93 


97,904 


1,983,662 


2,013,503.22 


29,841.22 


37.99 


37.42 


6.58 


4,127 


91,864 


91,563.54 


300.46 


40.98 


41.12 


8.14 


204 


4,833 


4,691.30 


141.70 


42.46 


43.74 


9.60 


152,880 


3,066,763 


3,019,845.44 


46,917.56 


36.49 


37.05 


6.77 



112 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 
Monthly- 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Cost of 



Operating 
Costs and 

Fixed 
Charges 



Frequency 
Standardi- 
zation 



Credits 
Resulting 

from 

Matured 

Sinking 

Fund 



Total 

before 

Reserve 

Withdrawals 



Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

Long Branch .... 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan .... 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp. . . 
Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges. 
Mount Forest . . . 

Napanee 

Nepean Twp 



kw 

1,576.3 

1,142.0 

425.1 

315.5 

868.7 

168.5 

7,428.1 

9,920.0 

4,020.1 

132,450.2 

7,543.6 
594.9 
637.9 

1,028.8 
358.2 

1,053.6 
109.9 
828.0 

4,039.7 
770.8 

159.3 
521.6 
640.0 
880.3 
3,156.4 

358.8 
511.3 
9,550.3 
519.4 
492.7 

4,698.4 
1,034.5 
9,318.8 
2,218.9 
374.4 

1,407.8 

430.9 

2,217.2 

3,708.6 

12,458.1 



megawatt- 
hours 
8,203.2 
5,486.6 
2,077.6 
1,624.5 
4,581.0 

834.4 

40,994.3 

59,010.0 

20,655.8 

775,851.2 

40,938.0 
3,060.0 
3,156.0 
4,484.8 
1,844.0 

5,328.0 

492.6 

4,120.2 

21,001.2 

4,058.4 

711.9 

2,823.6 

2,744.3 

4,232.4 

17,738.1 

1,807.8 
2,634.4 
50,508.8 
2,555.2 
2,382.3 

26,643.6 

4,586.2 

52,151.2 

11,284.1 

1,595.2 

7,299.6 

2,060.4 

10,847.0 

18,443.3 

69,165.5 



67,866 
49,599 
18,898 
14,348 
42,243 

7,779 

314,907 

449,008 

168,318 

5,299,462 

306,778 
24,650 
29,810 
45,583 
15,971 

48,590 

5,038 

36,148 

168,958 

35,791 

6,901 
25,299 
30,688 
38,377 
149,371 

16,094 
23,008 
394,443 
22,875 
23,674 

203,486 
46,275 

372,568 
94,075 
15,744 

59,264 

18,577 

95,552 

163,614 

516,826 



5,710 



37,141 



20,100 
662,251 

37,718 

3,190 

1,791 



20,198 



1,794 



23,492 

5,173 

46,594 

11,094 

1,872 



2,154 



1,405 
112 
215 



7,793 



10,656 
390,199 



3,236 

88 

3,379 



1,086 
3,182 



115 

444 



153 

2,775 

32,034 



22,919 

10,676 

20,736 

6,801 

1,307 



846 
3,560 



67,866 
53,904 
18,786 
14,133 
42,243 

7,779 

344,255 

449,008 

177,762 

5,571,514 

344,496 
24,650 
29,764 
45,495 
14,383 

48,590 

5,038 

35,062 

185,974 

35,791 

6,786 

25,299 

30,244 

38,377 

149,218 

15,113 
23,008 
362,409 
22,875 
23,674 

204,059 
40,772 

398,426 
98,368 
16,309 

59,264 

19,885 

91,992 

163,614 

516,826 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



113 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
Ended December 31, 1964 



Primary Power 






Rates 


Withdrawals 








Interim 


Actual 


from Reserve 


Cost of 


Amounts 


Balance 








for Stabilization 








of Rates and 


Primary Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded 


per Kw 


per Kw 


Mills 


Contingencies 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


per Annum 


per Annum 


per Kwh 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




2,912 


64,954 


65,772.70 


818.70 


41.73 


41.20 


7.92 


2,109 


51,795 


51,953.93 


158.93 


45.49 


45.35 


9.44 


785 


18,001 


18,206.43 


205.43 


42.83 


42.35 


8.66 


583 


13,550 


13,586.16 


36.16 


43.06 


42.95 


8.34 


1,605 


40,638 


40,074.37 


563.63 


46.13 


46.78 


8.87 


311 


7,468 


7,361.63 


106.37 


43.69 


44.32 


8.95 


13,721 


330,534 


336,594.21 


6,060.21 


45.31 


44.49 


8.06 


18,323 


430,685 


429,003.95 


1,681.05 


43.25 


43.41 


7.30 


7,426 


170,336 


172,597.00 


2,261.00 


42.93 


42.37 


8.25 


244,651 


5,326,863 


5,297,656.31 


29,206.69 


40.00 


40.21 


6.87 


13,934 


330,562 


338,702.43 


8,140.43 


44.90 


43.82 


8.07 


1,099 


23,551 


23,618.39 


67.39 


39.70 


39.59 


7.70 


1,178 


28,586 


28,422.79 


163.21 


44.56 


44.81 


9.06 


1,900 


43,595 


44,953.78 


1,358.78 


43.70 


42.37 


9.72 


662 


13,721 


13,629.82 


91.18 


38.05 


38.31 


7.44 


1,946 


46,644 


47,297.25 


653.25 


44.89 


44.27 


8.75 


203 


4,835 


4,781.36 


53.64 


43.51 


43.99 


9.82 


1,529 


33,533 


33,040.68 


492.32 


39.90 


40.50 


8.14 


7,462 


178,512 


179,350.42 


838.42 


44.40 


44.18 


8.50 


1,424 


34,367 


34,305.21 


61.79 


44.51 


44.58 


8.47 


294 


6,492 


6,422.68 


69.32 


40.32 


40.75 


9.12 


964 


24,335 


24,424.89 


89.89 


46.83 


46.65 


8.62 


1,182 


29,062 


29,508.56 


446.56 


46.11 


45.41 


10.59 


1,626 


36,751 


37,023.35 


272.35 


42.06 


41.75 


8.68 


5,830 


143,388 


142,103.69 


1,284.31 


45.02 


45.42 


8.08 


663 


14,450 


14,773.26 


323.26 


41.17 


40.28 


7.99 


944 


22,064 


21,880.09 


183.91 


42.79 


43.15 


8.38 


17,640 


344,769 


352,449.70 


7,680.70 


36.90 


36.10 


6.83 


959 


21,916 


21,532.75 


383.25 


41.46 


42.19 


8.58 


910 


22,764 


23,129.11 


365.11 


46.94 


46.20 


9.56 


8,678 


195,381 


196,773.32 


1,392.32 


41.88 


41.58 


7.33 


1,911 


38,861 


40,677.15 


1,816.15 


39.32 


37.56 


8.47 


17,213 


381,213 


384,189.80 


2,976.80 


41.23 


40.90 


7.31 


4,099 


94,269 


94,860.59 


591.59 


42.75 


42.48 


8.35 


692 


15,617 


15,645.58 


28.58 


41.79 


41.71 


9.79 


2,600 


56,664 


56,706.77 


42.77 


40.28 


40.25 


7.76 


796 


19,089 


18,915.97 


173.03 


43.90 


44.30 


9.26 


4,095 


87,897 


89,129.46 


1,232.46 


40.20 


39.64 


8.10 


6,850 


156,764 


160,125.48 


3,361.48 


43.18 


42.27 


8.50 


23,012 


493,814 


452,358.67 


41,455.33 


36.31 


39.64 


7.14 



114 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Cost of 



Operating 
Costs and 

Fixed 
Charges 



Frequency 
Standardi- 
zation 



Credits 
Resulting 

from 

Matured 

Sinking 

Fund 



Total 

before 

Reserve 

Withdrawals 



Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg 

Newmarket 

New Toronto 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

North York Twp 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Otterville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Petrolia Waterworks 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 



kw 
389.4 
123.9 
300.1 
130.7 
999.7 

1,598.1 
7,237.1 

31,177.0 
1,665.0 

35,167.2 

1,626.7 

16,129.1 

231,572.2 

894.1 

671.0 

70,264.0 

332.4 

464.6 

3,838.6 

7,079.0 

645.6 

85,483.1 

201,059.4 

396.0 

12,901.7 

527.8 
1,165.2 
4,325.8 

966.8 
2,774.9 

2,697.7 

4,938.6 

46,160.3 

2,249.2 

159.3 

983.4 

4,112.7 

406.3 

742.7 

5,653.5 



megawatt- 
hours 
1,603.6 
563.5 
1,373.9 
631.0 
5,125.6 

8,421.6 

39,600.8 

188,085.3 

9,285.7 
207,896.8 

10,019.1 

94,469.9 

1,339,764.5 

4,760.0 

3,392.0 

485,611.5 

2,163.6 

2,392.3 

20,219.3 

43,948.8 

3,469.4 

472,993.1 

1,121,102.5 

1,856.0 

72,868.2 

2,491.4 
6,502.9 

23,597.3 
4,756.8 

17,644.3 

15,999.4 

25,570.1 

275,739.7 

10,655.2 

856.6 

5,131.4 

22,259.7 

1,815.7 

3,212.4 

27,864.1 



16,054 
5,253 

13,571 
5,836 

41,487 

71,876 

293,841 

1,283,280 

71,111 
1,410.991 

70,315 

678,189 

9,148,943 

41,659 

30,084 

2,988,291 

16,460 

22,344 

175,014 

343,532 

28,784 
3,295,653 
7,869,744 

16,759 
531,502 

22,673 
45,904 

172,981 
44,275 

130,457 

119,136 

207,202 

1,876,340 

101,650 

7,007 

42,075 

178.869 

18,140 

31,076 

221,941 



654 



7,991 
36,185 
155,885 

8,325 
175,836 



1,157,861 
4,471 



351,320 
1,662 



1,980 



5,826 

21,629 

4,834 



11,246 
797 



$ 
1,969 



845 



8,307 

11 

54,284 

4,384 

104,296 



4,840 
7,896 



33 
6,235 



,436 



722 

1,260 

18,070 

72 

6,613 

19,699 

3,103 



5,049 
1,677 



19,804 



3,713 
28,267 



1,305 
6,391 



$ 
14,085 

5,253 
13,571 

5,645 
41,487 

71,560 

330,015 

1,384,881 

75,052 
1,482,531 

70,315 

678,189 

10,301,964 

38,234 

30,084 

3,339,578 

11,887 

22,344 

170,578 

343,532 

28,784 
3,295,653 
7,869,022 

17,479 
513,432 

22,601 
45,117 

174,911 
46,006 

130,457 

114,087 

205,525 

1,876,340 

93,092 

7,804 

42,075 

178,869 

18,140 

33,484 

243,817 



•See note 2, page 120. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



115 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
Ended December 31, 1964 



Primary Power 






Rates 


Withdrawals 








Interim 


Actual 


from Reserve 


Cost of 


Amounts 


Balance 








for Stabilization 








of Rates and 


Primary Power 


Billed at 


{Refunded 


per Kw 


per Kw 


Mills 


Contingencies 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


per Annum 


per Annum 


per Kwh 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




719 


13,366 


13,683.02 


317.02 


35.14 


34.33 


8.33 


229 


5,024 


4,989.36 


34.64 


40.27 


40.55 


8.92 


554 


13,017 


13,288.90 


271.90 


44.28 


43.37 


9.47 


241 


5,404 


5,637.26 


233.26 


43.13 


41.33 


8.56 


1,847 


39,640 


39,349.69 


290.31 


39.36 


39.65 


7.73 


2,952 


68,608 


67,900.93 


707.07 


42.49 


42.93 


8.15 


13,368 


316,647 


319,069.87 


2,422.87 


44.09 


43.75 


8.00 


57,587 


1,327,294 


1,315,817.40 


11,476.60 


42.20 


42.57 


7.06 


3,075 


71,977 


73,070.44 


1,093.44 


43.89 


43.23 


7.75 


64,958 


1,417,573 


1,415,953.92 


1,619.08 


40.26 


40.30 


6.82 


5,445 


64,870 


65,184.91 


314.91 


40.07 


39.88 


6.47 


29,792 


648,397 


627,417.07 


20,979.93 


38.90 


40.20 


6.86 


427,740 


9,874,224 


9,886,272.84 


12,048.84 


42.69 


42.64 


7.37 


1,652 


36,582 


39,830.78 


3,248.78 


44.55 


40.91 


7.69 


1,239 


28,845 


28,651.08 


193.92 


42.70 


42.98 


8.50 


129,786 


3,209,792 


3,130,215.34 


79,576.66 


44.55 


45.68 


6.61 


614 


11,273 


12,244.23 


971.23 


36.84 


33.91 


5.21 


858 


21,486 


21,502.01 


16.01 


46.28 


46.24 


8.98 


7,090 


163,488 


167,540.26 


4,052.26 


43.65 


42.58 


8.09 


13,076 


330,456 


322,250.37 


8,205.63 


45.52 


46.68 


7.52 


1,192 


27,592 


26,806.85 


785.15 


41.52 


42.73 


7.95 


157,897 


3,137,756 


3,159,701.67 


21,945.67 


36.96 


36.70 


6.63 


371,380 


7,497,642 


7,493,111.20 


4,530.80 


37.27 


37.29 


6.69 


731 


16,748 


17,155.25 


407.25 


43.32 


42.29 


9.02 


23,831 


489,601 


492,064.09 


2,463.09 


38.14 


37.95 


6.72 


975 


21,626 


21,875.72 


249.72 


41.45 


40.97 


8.68 


2,152 


42,965 


43,213.53 


248.53 


37.09 


36.87 


6.61 


7,990 


166,921 


162,916.31 


4,004.69 


37.66 


38.59 


7.07 


1,786 


44,220 


45,075.21 


855.21 


46.62 


45.74 


9.30 


5,126 


125,331 


126,938.34 


1,607.34 


45.75 


45.16 


7.10 


4,983 


109,104 


109,729.30 


625.30 


40.68 


40.44 


6.82 


9,122 


196,403 


197,619.12 


1,216.12 


40.02 


39.77 


7.68 


85,263 


1,791,077 


1,823,910.49 


32,833.49 


39.51 


38.80 


6.50 


4,155 


88,937 


94,751.27 


5,814.27 


42.13 


39.54 


8.35 


294 


7,510 


7,486.00 


24.00 


46.99 


47.14 


8.77 


1,816 


40,259 


40,458.52 


199.52 


41.14 


40.94 


7.85 


7,597 


171,272 


172,829.65 


1,557.65 


42.02 


41.64 


7.69 


750 


17,390 


16,421.56 


968.44 


40.42 


42.80 


9.58 


1,372 


32,112 


32,675.07 


563.07 


43.99 


43.23 


10.00 


10,443 


233,374 


225,810.81 


7,563.19 


39.94 


41.28 


8.38 



116 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Cost of 



Operating 
Costs and 

Fixed 
Charges 



Frequency 
Standardi- 
zation 



Credits 
Resulting 

from 

Matured 

Sinking 

Fund 



Total 

before 

Reserve 

Withdrawals- 



Port Arthur 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Preston 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Riverside 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich East Twp. 
Sandwich West Twp 

Sarnia 

Scarborough Twp. . . 
Schreiber Twp 



kw 

45,811.3 

270.4 

11,705.7 

14,133.3 

2,340.6 

1,626.2 
8,015.2 
1,029.5 
1,607.3 
316.5 

1,075.2 

3,727.7 

9,872.8 

51.6 

298.4 

370.7 
594.2 
899.8 
4,897.7 
786.9 

11,339.2 

1,664.7 

361.9 

7,538.2 

1,441.2 

427.2 
535.8 
142.8 
359.6 
93,829.2 

636.7 

566.6 

567.6 

12,580.2 

18,723.0 

8,219.1 

16,029.2 

118,544.1 

165,360.0 

1,462.5 



megawatt- 
hours 
245,843.3 
1,303.2 
76,399.3 
103,356.4 
13,015.8 

9,334.6 
40,914.6 
4,556.0 
8,287.2 
1,642.8 

5,725.8 

18,581.2 

53,621.7 

221.6 

1,370.4 

1,991.8 
3,020.4 
4,455.6 
24,743.5 
4,199.4 

62,810.6 
8,174.7 
1,712.0 

39,182.9 
7,073.0 

2,113.6 

2,630.4 

610.8 

1,764.6 

556,610.2 

3,298.7 

2,898.1 

2,564.0 

87,087.4 

105,381.4 

45,585.4 

86,951.4 

925,145.5 

913,417.9 

8,404.8 



1,786,638 

12,260 

485,973 

617,573 

99,195 

79,004 
310,848 
43,159 
73,236 
14,236 

51,064 

163,993 

390,205 

2,282 

13,138 

15,484 
28,585 
36,158 
201,316 
32,423 

457,354 
75,903 
16,419 

310,745 
58,975 

18,335 

23,966 

6,423 

14,776 

3,734,076 

27,357 

24,837 

26,047 

536,552 

739,173 

333,075 

665,982 

5,241,299 

6,528,783 

62,729 



1,352 
58,529 
70,666 
11,703 



1,583 
5,376 



49,364 
1,492 
1,854 



56,696 
8,323 



37,691 



2,136 
2,679 



469,146 

3,184 

2,833 

2,838 

62,901 

93,615 

41,096 

80,146 

592,720 

826,800 



52 

10,571 

4,552 

3,057 



591 
100 



5,479 

4,361 

44,417 

12 

954 

1,200 



6,654 

44 

7,283 



1,567 
1,853 



103,974 

1,051 

2,031 

1,045 

18,277 

74,636 



160 



94,253 
18,611 



1,786,638 

13,560 

533,931 

683,687 

107,841 

79,004 
310,848 
42,568 
73,136 
15,819 

50,961 

159,632 

395,152 

2,270 

13,676 

16,138 
28,585 
36,158 
201,316 
32,423 

514,050 
77,572 
16,375 

341,153 
58,975 

18,904 

24,792 

6,423 

14,776 

4,099,248 

29,490 

25,639 

27,840 

581,176 

758,152 

374,011 

746,128 

5,739,766 

7,336,972 

62,729 



•See note 2, page 120. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



117 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
Ended December 31, 1964 



Primary Power 






Rates 


Withdrawals 








Interim 


Actual 


from Reserve 


Cost of 


Amounts 


Balance 








for Stabilization 








of Rates and 


Primary Power 


Billed at 


{Refunded 


per Kw 


per Kw 


Mills 


Contingencies 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


per Annum 


per Annum 


per Kwh 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




153,336 


1,633,302 


1,650,486.30 


17,184.30 


36.03 


35.65 


6.64 


499 


13,061 


13,143.49 


82.49 


48.61 


48.30 


10.02 


21,622 


512,309 


481,974.20 


30,334.80 


41.17 


43.77 


6.71 


26,106 


657,581 


655,712.01 


1,868.99 


46.39 


46.53 


6.36 


4,323 


103,518 


105,906.00 


2,388.00 


45.25 


44.22 


7.95 


3,004 


76,000 


75,437.36 


562.64 


46.39 


46.73 


8.14 


14,805 


296,043 


299,842.23 


3,799.23 


37.41 


36.93 


7.24 


1,902 


40,666 


40,914.50 


248.50 


39.74 


39.50 


8.93 


2,969 


70,167 


70,078.42 


88.58 


43.60 


43.65 


8.47 


585 


15,234 


15,646.18 


412.18 


49.44 


48.13 


9.27 


1,986 


48,975 


49,058.30 


83.30 


45.63 


45.54 


8.55 


6,885 


152,747 


153,154.56 


407.56 


41.09 


40.97 


8.22 


18,236 


376,916 


378,471.69 


1,555.69 


38.33 


38.17 


7.03 


95 


2,175 


2,108.52 


66.48 


40.86 


42.14 


9.81 


551 


13,125 


13,576.13 


451.13 


45.50 


43.98 


9.58 


685 


15,453 


15,921.14 


468.14 


42.95 


41.68 


7.76 


1,098 


27,487 


29,396.23 


1,909.23 


49.47 


46.26 


9.10 


3,012 


33,146 


33,710.58 


564.58 


37.46 


36.83 


7.44 


9,047 


192,269 


191,901.00 


368.00 


39.18 


39.25 


7.77 


1,453 


30,970 


30,528.24 


441.76 


38.80 


39.35 


7.37 


20,945 


493,105 


502,458.92 


9,353.92 


44.31 


43.48 


7.85 


3,075 


74,497 


75,571.02 


1,074.02 


45.40 


44.75 


9.11 


668 


15,707 


15,572.02 


134.98 


43.03 


43.40 


9.17 


13,924 


327,229 


321,933.96 


5,295.04 


42.71 


43.40 


8.35 


2,662 


56,313 


57,404.14 


1,091.14 


39.83 


39-07 


7.96 


789 


18,115 


18,454.05 


339.05 


43.20 


42.40 


8.57 


990 


24,802 


24,175.16 


373.16 


45.12 


44.42 


9.05 


264 


6,159 


6,362.20 


203.20 


44.55 


43.13 


10.08 


664 


13,112 


13,684.29 


427.71 


38.05 


39.24 


8.00 


173,313 


3,925,935 


3,914,992.33 


10,942.67 


41.72 


41.84 


7.05 


1,176 


28,314 


28,226.56 


87.44 


44.33 


44.47 


8.58 


1,047 


24,592 


24,871.00 


279.00 


43.90 


43.41 


8.49 


1,048 


26,792 


26,698.56 


93.44 


47.04 


47.20 


10.45 


23,237 


557,939 


556,792.88 


1,146.12 


44.26 


44.35 


6.41 


34,584 


723,568 


727,209.84 


3,641.84 


38.84 


38.64 


6.87 


15,182 


358,829 


356,895.31 


1,933.69 


43.42 


43.65 


7.87 


29,608 


716,520 


707,208.78 


9,311.22 


44.12 


44.70 


8.24 


218,965 


5,520,801 


5,627,183.44 


106,382.44 


47.47 


46.56 


5.97 


305,439 


7,031,533 


7,048,890.80 


17,357.80 


42.62 


42.52 


7.70 


4,895 


57,834 


58,089.66 


255.66 


39.72 


39.54 


6.88 



118 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Cost of 



Operating 
Costs and 

Fixed 
Charges 



Frequency 
Standardi- 
zation 



Credits 
Resulting 

from 

Matured 

Sinking 

Fund 



Total 

before 

Reserve 

Withdrawals 



Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout. 
Smith's Falls. . 



Smithville 

Southampton. 
South River. . 
Springfield . . . 
Stayner 



Stirling 

Stoney Creek . 
Stouffville. . . . 
Stratford 
Strathroy. . . . 



Streetsville. . . . 
Sturgeon Falls . 

Sudbury 

Sunderland. . . . 
Sundridge 



Sutton 

Swansea . . 

Tara 

Tavistock. 
Tecumseh . 



Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp. 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 



Thessalon . . 
Thornbury . 
Thorndale . 
Thornton . . 
Thorold . . . 



Tilbury 

Tillsonburg . . 

Toronto 

Toronto Twp. 
Tottenham . . 



kw 

1,819.3 
986,8 
9,309.3 
1,857.3 
9,123.3 

607.9 

1,429.7 

395.1 

249.1 

1,136.1 

1,083.5 
4,044.6 
2,367.1 
19,464.8 
4,923.6 

3,644.2 

3,140.0 

43,344.5 

447.5 
474.2 

1,240.1 

6,233.2 

521.2 

894.1 

1,535.6 

881.8 
1,489.7 
936.8 
837.0 
496.4 

828.2 

1,151.7 

253.0 

151.2 

14,782.1 

1,749.8 

6,648.1 

644,397.7 

81,957.4 

426.5 



megawatt- 
hours 
8,739.7 
5,083.2 
53,512.3 
10,920.2 
48,313.5 

3,072.7 
7,721.6 
2,150.4 
1,122.4 
6,189.6 

5,264.2 

20,664.2 

11,834.7 

108,692.2 

26,664.3 

19,134.6 

15,932.0 

254,473.8 

2,177.6 

2,496.6 

6,782.4 
38,045.2 
2,688.4 
4,716.0 
8,317.2 

4,118.0 
9,316.5 
5,175.6 
3,709.8 
2,565.6 

4,647.4 

5,556.8 

1,107.2 

680.4 

96,349.5 

8,004.5 

33,330.7 

3,896,949.0 

533,439.1 

2,188.0 



69,348 
47,170 

377,682 
92,222 

357,206 

27,661 
69,242 
19,410 
10,168 
49,366 

42,936 
163,583 

96,726 
764,686 
193,332 

148,371 

133,833 

1,888,376 

20,173 

22,081 

56,959 
255,502 
23,822 
40,038 
66,574 

40,921 
61,301 
44,792 
38,299 
23,042 

37,935 

53,573 

11,064 

6,473 

611,100 

75,667 

252,525 

25,730,620 

3,438,501 

20,031 



9,097 
46,546 



3,040 



1,245 



20,223 
11,836 
97,324 
24,618 

18,221 



6,200 
31,166 



4,470 
7,678 



4,684 
4,185 
2,482 



1,265 

73,911 

8,749 

33,240 

3,221,989 

409,787 



9,793 

2,570 

12,047 

16,653 



998 
1,615 



2,692 

105,268 

13,178 



1,156 



1,597 

1,949 
5,264 
2,458 



154 



2,797 
2,475 
1,885 



1,367 

580 

11,907 

7,324 

10,874 

3,075,950 

11,402 

1,930 



68,652 
44,600 

412,181 
92,222 

340,553 

30,701 
69,242 
19,410 
10,415 
47,751 

42,936 
183,806 
105,870 
756,742 
204,772 

166,592 

133,833 

1,888,376 

19,017 

22,081 

61,562 
286,668 
21,873 
39,244 
71,794 

40,767 
61,301 
46,679 
40,009 
23,639 

37,935 

53,573 

10,962 

5,893 

673,104 

77,092 

274,891 

25,876,659 

3,836,886 

18,101 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



119 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
Ended December 31, 1964 



Primary Power 






Rates 


Withdrawals 








Interim 


Actual 


from Reserve 


Cost of 


Amounts 


Balance 








for Stabilization 








of Rates and 


Primary Power 


Billed at 


{Refunded 


per Kw 


per Kw 


Mills 


Contingencies 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged ) 


per Annum 


per Annum 


per Kwh 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




3,360 


65,292 


66,618.77 


1,326.77 


36.62 


35.89 


7.47 


1,823 


42,777 


43,130.61 


353,61 


43.71 


43.35 


8.42 


17,195 


394,986 


385,837.76 


9,148.24 


41.45 


42.43 


7.38 


3,430 


88,792 


92,033.75 


3,241.75 


49.55 


47.80 


8.13 


16,852 


323,701 


323,364.96 


336.04 


35.44 


35.47 


6.70 


1,123 


29,578 


29,769.51 


191.51 


48.97 


48.65 


9.63 


2,641 


66,601 


68,207.01 


1,606.01 


47.71 


46.58 


8.63 


730 


18,680 


18,612.96 


67.04 


47.11 


47.28 


8.69 


460 


9,955 


9,855.36 


99.64 


39.56 


39.96 


8.87 


2,099 


45,652 


44,636.63 


1,015.37 


39.29 


40.18 


7.38 


2,001 


40,935 


41,945.02 


1,010.02 


38.71 


37.78 


7.78 


7,471 


176,335 


178,934.87 


2,599.87 


44.24 


43.59 


8.53 


4,372 


101,498 


101,120.67 


377.33 


42.72 


42.87 


8.58 


35,954 


720,788 


721,178.59 


390.59 


37.05 


37.03 


6.63 


9,094 


195,678 


192,038.91 


3,639.09 


39.00 


39.74 


7.34 


6,731 


159,861 


160,573.74 


712.74 


44.06 


43.86 


8.35 


5,800 


128,033 


128,598.54 


565.54 


40.95 


40.77 


8.04 


80,062 


1,808,314 


1,818,669.25 


10,355.25 


41.96 


41.72 


7.11 


827 


18,190 


17,622.99 


567.01 


39.38 


40.65 


8.35 


876 


21,205 


21,025.27 


179.73 


44.34 


44.71 


8.49 


2,291 


59,271 


59,602.54 


331.54 


48.06 


47.79 


8.74 


11,513 


275,155 


275,611.67 


456.67 


44.22 


44.14 


7.23 


963 


20,910 


21,275.84 


365.84 


40.82 


40.12 


7.78 


1,652 


37,592 


38,198.54 


606.54 


42.72 


42.04 


7.97 


2,836 


68,958 


68,650.51 


307.49 


44.71 


44.90 


8.29 


1,629 


39,138 


39,512.76 


374.76 


44.81 


44.39 


9.50 


4,986 


56,315 


56,724.50 


409.50 


38.08 


37.80 


6.04 


1,730 


44,949 


45,025.59 


76.59 


48.06 


47.97 


8.68 


1,546 


38,463 


38,767.95 


304.95 


46.32 


45.95 


10.37 


917 


22,722 


23.529.56 


807.56 


47.40 


45.77 


8.86 


1,530 


36,405 


36,171.48 


233.52 


43.67 


43.95 


7.83 


2,127 


51,446 


51,975.77 


529.77 


45.13 


44.67 


9.26 


467 


10,495 


10,614.48 


119.48 


41.95 


41.48 


9.48 


279 


5,614 


5,609.63 


4.37 


37.10 


37.12 


8.25 


27,304 


645,800 


625,467.56 


20,332.44 


42.31 


43.68 


6.70 


3,232 


73,860 


76,419.06 


2,559.06 


43.67 


42.20 


9.23 


12,280 


262,611 


264,357.67 


1,746.67 


39.76 


39.49 


7.88 


1,190,276 


24,686,383 


25,326,960.25 


640,577.25 


39.30 


38.31 


6.33 


151,385 


3,685,501 


3,639,020.64 


46,480.36 


44.40 


44.96 


6.91 


788 


17,313 


17,783.76 


470.76 


41.70 


40.59 


7.91 



120 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year 





Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 
(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 


Cost of 


Municipality 


Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 


Energy 


Operating 
Costs and 

Fixed 
Charges 


Frequency 
Standardi- 
zation 


Credits 
Resulting 

from 

Matured 

Sinking 

Fund 


Total 

before 

Reserve 

Withdrawals- 




kw 

15,933.0 

1,481.1 

2,289.3 

796.5 

530.7 

3,981.1 

9,507.5 

176.7 

318.2 

899.2 

1,127.6 

1,449.7 

22,604.1 

1,424.3 

364.3 

185.2 

29,797.0 

465.6 

621.9 

4,697.4 

1,180.7 

10,378.7 

445.2 

886.7 

13,587.5 

1,413.5 

273.4 

1,399.3 

176.1 

87,027.3 

2,871.0 

1,738.2 

21,818.4 

227.1 

512.2 

64,510.7 
466.2 


megawatt- 
hours 
95,978.7 
6,810.0 
11,153.1 
3,790.9 
2,555.2 

18,803.3 

56,222.1 

870.2 

1,426.1 

3,552.3 

6,088.8 
6,292.0 
129,517.4 
7,115.1 
1,681.6 

859.5 

162,749.3 

2,008.0 

2,958.7 

25,733.9 

5,278.2 

58,325.5 

2,205.6 

4,169.4 

76,743.2 

8,025.6 

1,224.8 

7,679.7 

760.8 

491,184.7 

15,102.5 

9,871.9 

120,928.9 

1,122.0 

2,246.4 

392,837.8 
2,195.8 


$ 
641,447 

60,351 
101,144 

32,791 

24,618 

158,674 

387,751 

7,888 

13,124 

37,587 

47,092 
60,079 
831,472 
63,639 
16,941 

8,305 

1,158,240 

19,788 

28,493 

198,777 

52,774 

414,037 

19,470 

40,257 

537,108 

67,977 

12,652 

65,047 

7,663 

3,441,003 

126,291 
77,913 

854,483 
10,671 
22,960 

2,587,186 
21,302 


$ 


$ 

102 

749 

24,799 
543 

4,391 

4,185 

40.157 

2,818 

441 

39,534 
3,659 

6,208 
38,424 

1,416 

521 
2,245 

433,989 

346 

6,052 

60,214 

1,029 

1,313 

112,553 
2,248 


$ 
641,447 






60,351 
101,042 






Vankleek Hill 


32,791 






23,869 






158,674 




47,537 
884 


410,489 




8,229 




13,124 






37,587 




5,638 

7,248 

113,021 

7,121 


48,339 


Waterford 


63,142 


Waterloo 


904,336 


Watford 


67,942 




16,500 


Webbwood 




8,305 


Welland 


148,985 
2,328 


1,267,691 


Wellesley 


18,457 




28,493 






198,777 


West Lome 


5,904 
51,893 


52,470 


Weston 


427,506 


Westport 


19,470 


Wheatley 


4,434 


43,275 


Whitby 


537,108 


Wiarton 




67,977 






12,131 






62,802 






7,663 


Windsor 


435,136 


3,442,150 


Wingham * 


125,945 


Wood bridge 


8,691 
109,092 


80,552 


Woodstock 


903,361 


Woodville 


9,642 


Wyoming 


2,561 

322,554 
2,331 


24,208 




2,797,187 




21,385 






Total Municipalities 


4,115,442.2 


24,316,413.6 


166,666,354 


15,660,513 


6,870,993 


175,455,874 



Note 1: The notes to the Summary of the Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power on page 29 are an integral part 
of this statement. 



•Note 2: The asterisk indicates that this particular utility operates its own generating facilities for the supply of 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



121 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
Ended December 31, 1964 



Primary Power 








Rates 




Withdrawals 








Interim 


Actual 


from Reserve 


Cost of 


Amounts 


Balance 








for Stabilization 








of Rates and 


Primary Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded 


per Kw 


per Kw 


Mills 


Contingencies 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


per Annum 


per Annum 


per Kwh 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




29,430 


612,017 


619,485.41 


7,468.41 


38.88 


38.41 


6.38 


2,736 


57,615 


57,722.03 


107.03 


38.97 


38.90 


8.46 


4,229 


96,813 


98,061.17 


1,248.17 


42.83 


42.29 


8.68 


1,471 


31,320 


32,097.48 


777.48 


40.30 


39.32 


8.26 


980 


22,889 


23,289.54 


400.54 


43.88 


43.13 


8.96 


7,354 


151,320 


150,525.54 


794.46 


37.81 


38.01 


8.05 


17,561 


392,928 


393,271.65 


343.65 


41.36 


41.32 


6.99 


326 


7,903 


8,050.10 


147.10 


45.56 


44.72 


9.08 


588 


12,536 


12,356.90 


179.10 


38.83 


39.39 


8.79 


1,661 


35,926 


36,173.49 


247.49 


40.23 


39.95 


10.11 


2,083 


46,256 


45,512.10 


743.90 


40.36 


41.02 


7.60 


2,678 


60,464 


61,985.88 


1,521.88 


42.76 


41.70 


9.61 


41,752 


862,584 


846,493.04 


16,090.96 


37.45 


38.15 


6.66 


2,631 


65,311 


65,452.78 


141.78 


45.95 


45.85 


9.18 


673 


15,827 


16,339.71 


512.71 


44.85 


43.44 


9.41 


342 


7,963 


7,908.43 


54.57 


42.70 


42.99 


9.26 


55,038 


1,212,653 


1,224,614.86 


11,961.86 


41.10 


40.69 


7.45 


860 


17,597 


18,434.97 


837.97 


39.59 


37.79 


8.76 


1,149 


27,344 


27,497.40 


153.40 


44.22 


43.97 


9.24 


8,677 


190,100 


187,164.95 


2,935.05 


39.84 


40.47 


7.39 


2,181 


50,289 


51,613.55 


1,324.55 


43.71 


42.59 


9.53 


19,171 


408,335 


413,488.18 


5,153.18 


39.84 


39.34 


7.00 


822 


18,648 


19,127.71 


479.71 


42.96 


41.88 


8.45 


1,638 


41,637 


42,384.25 


747.25 


47.80 


46.95 


9.99 


25,098 


512,010 


511,474.72 


535.28 


37.64 


37.68 


6.67 


2,611 


65,366 


65,272.09 


93.91 


46.18 


46.24 


8.14 


505 


11,626 


11,918.24 


292.24 


43.59 


42.52 


9.49 


2,585 


60,217 


60,407.01 


190.01 


43.17 


43.04 


7.84 


325 


7,338 


7,486.06 


148.06 


42.51 


41.67 


9.65 


160,749 


3,281,401 


3,204,602.38 


76,798.62 


36.82 


37.70 


6.68 


5,303 


120,642 


120,870.00 


228.00 


42.10 


42.02 


7.99 


3,211 


77,341 


77,327.48 


13.52 


44.49 


44.49 


7.83 


40,301 


863,060 


864,120.69 


1,060.69 


39.61 


39.55 


7.14 


419 


9,223 


9,274.85 


51.85 


40.84 


40.61 


8.22 


946 


23,262 


24,173.58 


911.58 


47.20 


45.42 


10.36 


119,159 


2,678,028 


2,688,516.77 


10,488.77 


41.67 


41.51 


6.82 


861 


20,524 


20,546.40 


22.40 


44.07 


44.02 


9.35 


7,734,740 


167,721,134 


168,345,300.48 


624,166.48 









part of its power requirement. The figures shown in this Statement relate only to the power and energy supplied by 
The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

For more complete details on the cost of providing service within any municipal electrical utility, the reader is 
referred to the statements in the Municipal Electrical Service Supplement beginning on page 150. 



122 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH SINKING FUND PROVISIONS AND INTEREST 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1963 



Net Provision 
and Interest 

Added 
during Year 



Equity 

Acquired 

through 

Annexation 



Balance at 
December 31, 1964 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig. . . 

Ajax 

Alexandria 
Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston .... 
Amherstburg . 
Ancaster Twp. 

Apple Hill... 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp, 

Aurora 

Avonmore .... 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay. 
Bath 

Beachburg 
Beach ville. . . . 
Beamsville . . . 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Belle River. . 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blenheim .... 
Bloomfield . . . 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon . 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville . 

Bracebridge . 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 



488,421.87 

58,195.05 

198,060.13 

194,336.00 

16,791.48 

193,669.13 

91 > 645.85 

64,636.93 

392,003.37 

176,746.55 

16,102.03 
41,123.78 
307,198.70 
97,401.50 
45,795.59 

147,989.56 

290,455.94 

7,446.72 

375,258.81 

86,820.42 

134,389.37 

61,754.59 

1,334,472.01 

21,174.43 

25,460.94 

14,743.51 
242,606.84 
119,872.98 
114,317.38 

74,864.19 

82,394.94 

1,786,459.90 

12,807.04 

206,673.22 

48,545.11 

74,533.10 
45,364.51 

102,308.41 
68,438.41 

629,017.03 

5,322.45 

154,095.83 

50,414.74 

1,129,165.31 

5,637,108.35 



30,888.25 

315.62 

39,222.41 

17,205.69 

3,704.66 

18,048.26 
13,557.83 
339.35 
24,963.53 
13,977.78 

905.86 

3,266.95 

33,398.95 

4,427.49 

4,231.82 

24,653.58 
39,234.24 

1,113.87 
26,077.73 

5,131.99 

3,578.33 
9,592.18 
125,040.69 
3,379.98 
2,817.44 

2,231.74 
10,792.70 
12,438.92 
8,993.11 
2,170.59 

5,598.91 
174,196.40 
5,238.05 
8,721.27 
3,928.80 

5,920.56 
6,360.58 
6,675.33 

747.70 
58,603.68 

1,931.90 
11,746.05 

8,927.59 
116,466.17 
271,653.22 



7,443.91 



10,974.82 



519,310.12 

58,510.67 

237,282.54 

211,541.69 

20,496.14 

211,717.39 
105,203.68 
64,976.28 
416,966.90 
190,724.33 

17,007.89 

44,390.73 

340,597.65 

101,828.99 

50,027.41 

172,643.14 

329,690.18 

8,560.59 

401,336.54 

91,952.41 

137,967.70 

71,346.77 

1,466,956.61 

24,554.41 

28,278.38 

16,975.25 
253,399.54 
143,286.72 
123,310.49 

77,034.78 

87,993.85 

1,960,656.30 

18,045.09 

215,394.49 

52,473.91 

80,453.66 
51,725.09 

108,983.74 
69,186.11 

687,620.71 

7,254.35 

165,841.88 

59,342.33 

1,245,631.48 

5,908,761.57 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



123 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH SINKING FUND PROVISIONS AND INTEREST 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1963 



Net Provision 
and Interest 

Added 
during Year 



Equity 

Acquired 

through 

Annexation 



Balance at 
December 31, 1964 



Brantford Twp 

Brechin 

Bridgeport .... 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville . . . 
Burk's Falls. . 

Burlington 
Cache Bay 

Caledonia 

Campbellford. . 
Campbellville. 

Cannington . . . 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 
Casselman .... 

Cayuga 

Chalk River.. . 

Chatham 

Chatsworth . . . 
Chesley 

Chesterville . . . 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood . . 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown. . . . 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Creemore 

Dash wood 

Deep River. . . 
Delaware 
Delhi 



345,703.05 
23,153.63 
70,492.81 
49,049.38 

129,591.69 

1,422,758.78 
85,696.45 
87,746.90 
27,431.80 
32,305.74 

1,250,244.90 

8,239.01 

129,389.97 

17,421.48 

19,398.56 

79,004.29 
30,703.48 
84,901.34 
486,782.69 
31,359.72 

60,770.86 

20,903.58 

2,342,609.30 

32,130.68 

188,670.80 

145,749.05 
114,892.52 

49,017.80 
272,220.94 

43,589.76 

726,766.80 
38,048.14 
73,599.28 
67,857.01 

732,926.16 

69,031.01 
13,598.24 
38,389.38 
31,818.14 
29,339.61 

61,674.04 
44,825.18 
92,444.75 
25,609.29 
172,095.02 



43,592.04 

774.42 

7,223.71 

791.96 

12,563.67 

106,495.68 

5,731.44 

4,941.14 

963.07 

5,160.23 

214,771.64 
2,641.56 
6,781.82 
5,142.86 
1,449.80 

4,946.43 
10,393.14 

7,546.05 
32,599.57 

5,437.39 

4,863.83 
3,217.14 
117,889.74 
1,986.92 
8,592.87 

8,573.68 
8,877.68 
3,137.49 
13,091.54 
4,703.59 

78,424.42 

13,889.93 

7,820.97 

3,845.92 

40,463.73 

517.35 
5,490.93 
2,504.57 
2,519.73 
1,163.52 

3,357.46 
1,797.22 

20,370.07 
1,695.35 

18,865.80 



389,295.09 
23,928.05 
77,716.52 
49,841.34 

142,155.36 

1,529,254.46 
91,427.89 
92,688.04 
28,394.87 
37,465.97 

1,465,016.54 

10,880.57 

136,171.79 

22,564.34 

20,848.36 

83,950.72 
41,096.62 
92,447.39 
519,382.26 
36,797.11 

65,634.69 
24,120.72 
2,460,499.04 
34,117.60 
197,263.67 

154,322.73 
123,770.20 

52,155.29 
285,312.48 

48,293.35 

805,191.22 
51,938.07 
81,420.25 
71,702.93 

773,389.89 

69,548.36 
19,089.17 
40,893.95 
34,337.87 
30,503.13 

65,031.50 
46,622.40 

112,814.82 
27,304.64 

190,960.82 



124 



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STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH SINKING FUND PROVISIONS AND INTEREST 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1963 



Net Provision 
and Interest 

Added 
during Year 



Equity 

Acquired 

through 

Annexation 



Balance at 
December 31, 1964 



Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York Twp. 

Eganville 

Elmira 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke Twp. 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton .... 
Fonthill 

Forest 

Forest Hill 

Fort William . . 

Frankford 

Gait 

Georgetown . . . 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Grand Bend . 
Grand Valley . . 

Granton 

Gravenhurst . . . 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 



90,819.04 

46,057.01 

62,940.54 

182,043.13 

36,624.83 

130,959.84 

29,652.29 

75,513.15 

816,738.58 

436,226.94 

172,985.91 

84,948.52 

3,162,402.27 

22,110.20 

448,186.98 

73,996.87 
27,443.94 
161,592.76 
54,564.60 
53,081.19 

9,431.75 

29,668.26 

30,939.13 

207,118.04 

6,035,241.92 

272,096.20 

424,542.07 

32,521.01 

38,081.44 

89,387.31 

208,328.29 

1,502,914.21 

6,014,986.13 

37,245.37 

3,011,117.82 

699,288.47 

100,473.22 

693,438.77 

64,355.21 

68,782.92 

29,426.14 

274,354.73 

195,174.17 

3,680,605.17 

332,157.56 



8,893.76 
2,741.27 
2,257.16 
10,368.11 
1,767.91 

21,779.39 

1,616.75 

4,969.77 

43,404.87 

25,770.95 

11,531.03 

1,980.12 

284,378.09 

3,932.41 

23,570.47 

4,141.70 
1,380.32 
3,639.05 
2,248.82 
4,205.56 

703.27 

4,272.73 

12,883.57 

11,638.63 

883,173.48 

14,991.88 
27,375.89 
2,685.84 
2,458.22 
9,229.49 

11,464.04 

116,607.54 

397,660.45 

5,468.81 

133,809.46 

50,651.03 
3,929.48 

37,351.08 
6,758.26 
3,505.70 

112.22 

19,952.13 

23,396.97 

187,163.06 

2,477.46 



829.80 
310.54 



$ 
99,712.80 
48,798.28 
65,197.70 
192,411.24 
38,392.74 

152,739.23 

31,269.04 

80,482.92 

860,143.45 

461,997.89 

184,516.94 

86,928.64 

3,446,780.36 

26,042.61 

471,757.45 

78,138.57 
28,824.26 
165,231.81 
56,813.42 
57,286.75 

10,135.02 

33,940.99 

43,822.70 

218,756.67 

6,918,415.40 

287,088.08 

451,917.96 

35,206.85 

40,539.66 

98,616.80 

219,792.33 

1,619,521.75 

6,412,646.58 

42,714.18 

3,144,927.28 

749,939.50 

105,232.50 

731,100.39 

71,113.47 

72,288.62 

29,538.36 

294,306.86 

218,571.14 

3,867,768.23 

334,635.02 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



125 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH SINKING FUND PROVISIONS AND INTEREST 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31. 1963 



Net Provision 
and Interest 

Added 
during Year 



Equity 

Acquired 

through 

Annexation 



Balance at 
December 31, 1964 



Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kapuskasing .... 

Kemptville 

Killaloe Station . . 
Kincardine 

King City 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

Long Branch .... 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan .... 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 



35,475,241.82 

450,642.61 

183,651.76 

182,352.54 

41,965.09 

72,168.62 

113,056.42 

18,649.12 

99,622.50 

726,301.90 

41,010.80 

14,584.93 

369,471.80 

885,202.33 

59,990.16 

73,288.01 
58,621.16 

167,874.29 
13,400.25 

293,965.62 

27,307.33 

2,868,452.40 

244,074.49 

14,903.39 

7,536,663.44 

130,598.82 
81,383.25 
41,700.18 
33,342.86 
16,369.88 

3,258.91 

677,761.06 

908,549.94 

442,075.24 

12,208,779.11 

507,727.62 
16,298.50 
86,069.71 

120,905.49 
49,857.81 

88,534.56 

5,355.77 

72,932.59 

197,942.85 

64,304.72 



2,740,639.63 

24,709.11 

7,215.52 

11,566.50 

4,164.60 

5,833.74 
22,228.26 
11,064.96 

5,672.78 
39,730.59 

781.84 

746.68 

18,958.31 

29,532.74 

6,180.61 

2,988.15 
19,837.85 
15,600.46 

2,332.10 
22,996.61 

6,314.32 

330,095.07 

12,078.72 

1,072.52 
409,141.25 

12,132.95 
6,841.03 
3,456.23 
2,556.27 
4,856.80 

894.36 

51,268.40 

82,365.00 

23,766.84 

618,624.47 

52,292.10 

3,167.94 

3,016.82 

9,671.88 

7.16 

8,564.38 

797.23 

5,382.34 

22,107.13 

6,191.19 



6,370.87 
3,160.98 



38,215,881.45 

475,351.72 

190,867.28 

193,919.04 

46,129.69 

78,002.36 
135,284.68 

29,714.08 
105,295.28 
766,032.49 

41,792.64 

15,331.61 

388,430.11 

914,735.07 

66,170.77 

76,276.16 
78,459.01 

183,474.75 
15,732.35 

316,962.23 

33,621.65 

3,198,547.47 

262,524.08 

15,975.91 
7,948,965.67 

142,731.77 
88,224.28 
45,156.41 
35,899.13 
21,226.68 

4,153.27 

729,029.46 

990,914.94 

465,842.08 

12,827,403.58 

560,019.72 
19,466.44 
89,086.53 

130,577.37 
49,864.97 

97,098.94 

6,153.00 

78,314.93 

220,049.98 

70,495.91 



126 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH SINKING FUND PROVISIONS AND INTEREST 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1963 



Net Provision 
and Interest 

Added 
during Year 



Equity 

Acquired 

through 

Annexation 



Balance at 
December 31, 1964 



Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges. 
Mount Forest . . . 

Napanee 

Nepean Twp 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg. 

Newmarket 

New Toronto. . . . 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls. . . . 

Nipigon Twp. . . . 

North Bay 

North York Twp 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Otterville 

Owen Sound 



15,888.90 

7,376.87 

58,591.82 

15,190.82 

282,538.76 

53,565.39 
26,078.49 
1,078,287.85 
45,083.94 
34,567.48 

511,981.40 
174,692.28 
891,994.75 
240,114.45 
32,686.08 

96,092.36 

43,061.46 

212,600.23 

381,347.03 



35,284.57 
5,764.09 
15,042.54 
21,498.38 
64,980.21 

223,266.86 
374,338.87 

2,897,180.37 
211,387.29 

3,732,317.11 

137,255.66 

239,116.08 

8,127,400.05 

157,672.37 

58,954.99 

1,603,623.22 

85,686.77 

36,238.10 

330,281.27 

226,511.20 

33,912.38 
5,470,576.37 
8,634,797.47 

49,288.01 
1,459,030.83 



1,207.32 
2,938.07 
4,984.25 
4,446.63 
26,216.72 

804.92 

3,349.14 

48,676.68 

4,097.36 

3,754.70 

17,034.90 

365.26 

52,315.57 

12,007.96 

1,536.42 

9,890.69 

2,707.67 

14,333.46 

32,361.88 

53,041.00 

909.90 
756.56 

1,982.70 
588.35 

6,925.21 

7,408.49 
45,661.18 

191,717.97 
11,127.29 

184,381.01 

12,706.23 

78,032.64 

1,279,307.46 

2,058.62 

5,408.20 

376,263.18 

1,525.67 

3,685.52 

26,756.19 

41,174.45 

4,324.50 

564,536.05 

1,159,637.04 

2,337.98 

92,544.72 



17,096.22 
10,314.94 
63,576.07 
19,637.45 
308,755.48 

54,370.31 
29,427.63 
1,126,964.53 
49,181.30 
38,322.18 

529,016.30 
175,057.54 
944,310.32 
252,122.41 
34,222.50 

105,983.05 

45,769.13 

226,933.69 

413,708.91 

53,041.00 

36,194.47 
6,520.65 
17,025.24 
22,086.73 
71,905.42 

230,675.35 
420,000.05 

3,088,898.34 
222,514.58 

3,916,698.12 

149,961.89 

317,148.72 

9,406,707.51 

159,730.99 

64,363.19 

1,979,886.40 

84,161.10 

39,923.62 

357,037.46 

267,685.65 

38,236.88 
6,035,112.42 
9,794,434.51 

51,625.99 
1,551,575.55 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



127 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH SINKING FUND PROVISIONS AND INTEREST 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



Municipality 


Balance at 
December 31, 1963 


Net Provision 
and Interest 

Added 
during Year 


Equity 

Acquired 

through 

Annexation 


Balance at 
December 31, 1964 




$ 

65,080.11 
200,968.06 
530,189.62 
114,793.11 
118,046.31 

307,756.09 

483,647.54 

3,490,572.28 

404,189.35 

22,073.50 

421,931.55 


$ 

4,807.75 

5,714.80 

18,054.68 

5,877.17 

18,591.85 

18,898.36 

38,838.02 

332,975.89 

6,187.85 

5,233.94 

35,482.26 
2,027.00 
4,401.00 

34,616.61 
607,254.75 

2,213.51 
69,456.74 
84,135.50 
15,369.98 
14,008.92 

61,005.27 
7,178.25 

12,901.64 
3,267.09 
7,173.21 

26,397.05 

42,043.92 

448.00 

2,204.46 

1,965.07 

3,479.99 
5,947.39 

29,609.58 
4,891.42 

65,856.05 

9,122.60 
3,613.16 
48,821.65 
7,642.84 
2,483.11 

3,719.39 
1,425.28 
2,888.12 
578,695.65 
3,798.30 


$ 


$ 
69,887.86 






206,682.86 


Paris 

Parkhill 


3,013.01 


551,257.31 
120,670.28 






136,638.16 


Penetanguishene 

Perth 




326,654.45 




522,485.56 




46,766.99 


3,870,315.16 




410,377.20 






27,307.44 






457,413.81 




14,836.84 


16,863.84 


Plattsville 


64,301.33 

472,450.66 

10,552,168.71 

25,562.72 
756,568.33 
616,641.58 
209,271.51 
143,348.02 

723,131.63 
87,720.91 

137,122.33 
42,802.14 

197,796.78 

359,875.46 

1,227,345.57 

6,037.98 

46,840.41 

41,156.39 

5,974.72 
55,234.77 

223,239.61 
38,910.39 

449,326.15 

208,972.86 
47,301.08 

617,013.30 
39,846.07 
56,771.01 

73,795.22 
19,681.89 
34,378.09 
7,505,532.24 
52,957.41 


68,702.33 






507,067.27 


Port Arthur . . 




11,159,423.46 


Port Burwell . 




27,776.23 


Port Colborne 


32,226.81 


858,251.88 


Port Credit . 


700,777.08 






224,641.49 






157,356.94 






784,136.90 


Port McNicoll 




94,899.16 






150,023.97 






46,069.23 






204,969.99 






386,272.51 






1,269,389.49 






6,485.98 






49,044.87 






43,121.46 






9,454.71 


Red Rock. 




61,182.16 






252,849.19 






43,801.81 






515,182.20 






218,095.46 






50,914.24 






665,834.95 


Rockland 


5,872.09 


53,361.00 




59,254.12 






77,514.61 






21,107.17 






37,266.21 






8,084,227.89 






56,755.71 









128 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH SINKING FUND PROVISIONS AND INTEREST 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1963 



Net Provision 
and Interest 

Added 
during Year 



Equity 

Acquired 

through 

Annexation 



Balance at 
December 31, 1964 



St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich East Twp. 

Sandwich West Twp 

Sarnia 

Scarborough Twp. . . 

Schreiber Twp 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smith's Falls 

Smithville 

Southampton 

South River 

Springfield 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek , 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Swansea 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp. . . 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Toronto Twp 

Tottenham 

Trenton 



68,649.13 
87,671.04 

749,597.15 
2,274,119.24 

341,313.41 

629,148.76 

6,471,729.22 

6,482,028.37 

73,494.74 

250,277.95 

116,710.97 
763,349.37 

18,817.08 
770,991.79 

50,241.15 

135,899.10 
4,410.68 

39,756.83 
106,531.33 

84,086.44 

173,044.20 
169,488.38 
2,545,430.76 
458,322.30 
161,869.16 

42,739.38 

541,809.34 

47,456.40 

19,213.76 

129,736.98 

670,585.74 

52,216.01 

194,568.64 

173,373.89 

80,401.39 

108,228.72 
88,894.20 
98,042.91 
60,404.85 
12,964.59 

45,149.03 

37,060.78 

17,831.14 

982,222.46 

273,516.48 

507,432.64 

92,523,980.20 

2,796,160.56 

59,208.63 

1,148,169.91 



3,126.70 

5,056.32 

65,991.44 

87,369.73 

47,747.70 

94,014.95 

699,777.99 

923,858.54 

9,425.79 

6,682.35 

6,797.29 
56,978.13 
10,911.68 
49,831.65 

4,848.65 

12,508.96 
2,171.43 
1,559.23 
7,459.74 
7,783.46 

23,953.77 
14,007.86 
67,984.78 
24,227.30 
22,005.77 

15,288.58 

212,212.37 

2,680.06 

3,464.55 

9,708.07 

53,520.43 
2,392.95 
6,219.00 

11,093.97 
7,197.27 

10,690.15 
5,130.37 
5,244.26 
2,869.59 
4,526.58 

7,161.96 

1,148.06 

737.42 

90,247.84 

11,201.06 

34,913.01 

3,086,355.72 

458,902.33 

2,315.91 

112,067.80 



19,812.39 



199,282.70 
8,741.16 



71,775.83 
92,727.36 

815,588.59 
2,361,488.97 

389,061.11 

723,163.71 

7,171,507.21 

7,405,886.91 

82,920.53 

256,960.30 

123,508.26 
840,139.89 

29,728.76 
820,823.44 

55,089.80 

148,408.06 
6,582.11 

41,316.06 
113,991.07 

91,869.90 

196,997.97 
183,496.24 
2,613,415.54 
482,549.60 
183,874.93 

58,027.96 

754,021.71 

50,136.46 

22,678.31 

139,445.05 

724,106.17 

54,608.96 

200,787.64 

184,467.86 

87,598.66 

118,918.87 
94,024.57 

103,287.17 
63,274.44 
17,491.17 

52,310.99 

38,208.84 

18,568.56 

1,072,470.30 

284,717.54 

542,345.65 

95,610,335.92 

3,454,345.59 

61,524.54 

1,268,978.87 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



129 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH SINKING FUND PROVISIONS AND INTEREST 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1963 



Net Provision 
and Interest 

Added 
during Year 



Equity 

Acquired 

through 

Annexation 



Balance at 
December 31, 1964 



Tweed 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill... 
Victoria Harbour 
Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach . . 
Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Waubaushene . . . 
Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Ferris Twp. 
West Lome 

Weston 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg . . 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York Twp 

Zurich 

Total 



105,632.98 

160,032.30 

25,607.51 

38,175.68 

250,653.56 

1,203,955.52 

24,148.62 

30,118.31 

33,364.30 

114,289.69 

155,995.58 

1,659,808.69 

151,163.03 

33,876.14 

2,219.03 

2,234,072.15 

65,299.69 

76,402.86 

50,775.98 

145,838.01 

1,247,929.72 

42,232.34 

103,001.22 

668,661.44 

137,762.71 

33,532.39 

130,689.57 

18,145.78 

14,384,649.81 

272,093.94 

235,631.02 

2,250,903.04 

33,804.59 

49,190.43 

5,874,779.58 

64,956.21 



346,982,343.37 



10,406.32 

16,791.83 

4,362.30 

3,132.90 

26,252.14 

61,678.02 
1,258.75 
2,538.73 
4,999.57 
4,736.61 

7,957.97 

110,708.44 

9,598.09 

2,507.27 

909.76 

167,930.55 

723.67 

5,935.11 

22,166.04 

5,148.36 

51,955.67 

3,672.29 

6,791.37 

82,968.46 

12,345.51 

2,051.53 

9,418.11 

1,490.83 

464,871.80 

23,910.53 

10,981.28 

114,118.07 

1,300.65 

2,955.46 

384,370.41 

2,419.76 



23,848,004.58 



21,701.34 



381,344.25 



116,039.30 

176,824.13 

29,969.81 

41,308.58 

276,905.70 

1,265,633.54 

25,407.37 

32,657.04 

38,363.87 

119,026.30 

163,953.55 

1,770,517.13 

160,761.12 

36,383.41 

3,128.79 

2,402,002.70 

66,023.36 

82,337.97 

72,942.02 

150,986.37 

1,299,885.39 

45,904.63 

109,792.59 

751,629.90 

150,108.22 

35,583.92 

140,107.68 

19,636.61 

14,849,521.61 

296,004.47 

246,612.30 

2,386,722.45 

35,105.24 

52,145.89 

6,259,149.99 

67,375.97 



371,211,692.20 



Notes 
The net provision and interest credited during the year consist of the following amounts shown in the 
Statement of Equities Accumulated through Sinking Fund Provisions and Interest on page 31. 

Interest $13,879,294 

Provision— direct 17,113,219 

—indirect 251,994 

$31,244,507 
Less credits resulting from matured sinking funds 7,396,502 



$23,848,005 



2. The notes to the Statement of Equities Accumulated through Sinking Fund Provisions and Interest 
on pages 30 and 31 are an integral part of this Statement. 



APPENDIX III-RURAL 



POWER is delivered in wholesale quantities by the Commission to 89 rural 
operating areas. Within the areas, retail customers are supplied under the 
following five classes of service: farm, residential (rural, hamlet and suburban), 
commercial, summer, and industrial power. The description of these classes of 
service and the rates applicable to them at December 31, 1964, are included in 
this appendix. 

Description of Main Classes of Service 

Farm service means service rendered to a property used for the production 
of food or industrial crops. It provides for the electrical supply of all farm build- 
ings and equipment located on a farm and used for farm purposes, including 
equipment required for processing the products of that farm. Service may be 
supplied under one farm contract to all dwellings or separate domestic establish- 
ments located on the farm and occupied by persons engaged in its operation. 
Additional dwellings or domestic establishments located on a farm property and 
occupied by persons otherwise engaged are classed as residential service. Small 
properties of thirty acres and under are classified as residential service unless 
special circumstances warrant a classification as farm service. 

There are three subdivisions of residential service. Rural residential service 
is supplied to isolated domestic establishments served as part of a rural operating 
area. Hamlet residential service is supplied to all domestic establishments in 
built-up areas where there are six or more customers in any quarter-mile section 
of road. Suburban residential service is supplied to all domestic establishments 
in built-up suburban communities where there are at least 100 customers in a 

130 



Rates for Rural Electrical Service 131 

group and where there are 12 or more customers in any quarter-mile section of 
road or street. 

Commercial service applies to a wide variety of business or community estab- 
lishments such as hotels, offices, stores, churches, schools, or small manufacturing 
and processing plants having single-phase supply. Sign and display lighting are 
included. 

Summer service is applicable to residential properties normally used only 
for seasonally limited periods of the year. Industrial power service, which is 
3 -phase service for manufacturing and processing, is provided at secondary, rural 
primary distribution, or sub-transmission voltage. 

Rural Rate Structure 

Rural rates in effect throughout the Province are given in the accompanying 
tables. They are quoted on a monthly basis, except the rate for summer service, 
which is quoted on an annual basis. The table shows the number of kilowatt-hours 
in each energy block and the rate applicable, for each class of service. The bills 
are subject either to a monthly minimum or, with respect to summer service, to an 
annual minimum as indicated. For contracts with a demand rating (CD and Indus- 
trial Power) these aspects of the bill are based on measured demand and are sub- 
ject to minima related to demands established in previous billing periods. 

Late in 1964, the Commission introduced all-electric rates for year-round 
residential service where electricity as the sole source of energy is used both for 
space heating and for electric water heating (employing a 40-gallon package-type 
unit or its equivalent). 

For industrial power service supplied at secondary or rural primary voltage 
there are 8 rate schedules, as listed in the following table. The alphabetical list of 
the 89 rural operating areas indicates the schedule number of the power service rate 
applicable to each area as of December 31, 1964. 

Industrial power service at sub-transmission voltage is supplied at special 
rates established for each customer and based on the cost of power and location 
of plant. 



132 



Appendix III — Rural 



RATES AND TYPICAL BILLS FOR RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

as at December 31, 1964 

Rates are quoted on a monthly basis for all services except summer service, which are 
quoted on an annual basis. All are subject to 10% prompt payment discount. 



Class and 
Rating 



Rural A 
Residential 

R20 (see note) 

R 

E.R 

Hamlet A 
Residential 

H20 (see note) 

H 

E.H 

Suburban A 
Residential 

B 

E.B 

Commercial 

C20 (see note) 

C35 

C50 

CD 



Farm, 

F... 



Farm 
Demand 
FD 



Summer 

(on annual 

basis) 

S 



X 



u ^ 



i, — - 



1.39 
1.39 



1.39 
1.39 



1.22 



1.50 



1.39 



1.39 



t, o 



1.95 



1.95 



1.39 






1.39 



1.39 



1.22 



Number of Kilowatt-Hours per Month Billed at 
Uniform Kwh Rate Shown 

(+ indicates all additional) 



4.5* 



60 



60 

90 

150 

15* 



60 



225 § 



2.6* 


1.1* 


1.5* 


1.7* 


80 




+ 




180 




+ 




80 


500 


+ 




180 


500 


+ 




180 


+ 






120 




+ 




180 




+ 




300 




+ 




30* 




+ 




180 




+ 


200* 


675 § 




+ 





0.5* 



I §- 

2££ 



1.67 
2.25 
1.95 



1.67 
2.25 
1.95 



2.25 
1.39 



1.50 

2.25 

3.75 

.40* 



2.25 



34.00 



44.44 §t 



Net Monthly Bill for 



250 kwh 



5.79 
6.78 

4.26 



5.39 
6.74 
4.26 



6.74 
3.45 



6.18 
7.39 
8.42 
8.42 



500 kwh 



9.16 

10.15 

7.39 



7.87 
9.22 
7.39 



9.22 
6.19 



9.56 
10.96 
13.77 
13.77t 



6.78 10.15 

Net Monthly Bill for 



2,000 kwh 



4,000 kwh 



30.60 1 39.60 1 

Net Annual Bill for 



750 kwh 1,000 kwh 



41.40 



46.26 



*Per kw of demand tCalculated on basis of demand of 10 kw 

§Per year llncludes annual fixed charge of $22.22 Gross 

Note — The H20, R20 and C20 rates were discontinued as of January 1, 1959 except for existing 2-wire services at that 

time. 
AUpon application to the Commission, a customer in the Residential and Farm classes, using a C.S.A. approved water 

heater with tank and element sizes acceptable to the Commission, will have a special block of 400 kwh at 0.8«f per kwh 

inserted in the rate structure after the 2.6^ per kwh rate. 
E.R., E.H., E.B. — all-electric contract designations. 



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THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

SHOWING 

RURAL OPERATING AREAS 



NIAGARA REGION 



Mileiol Line- 
Rural Operating Area- 
Farm Cuttomers- 
Non-Farm Customers- 



Rates for Rural Electrical Service 



133 



Area Industrial Power Service Schedules in Effect 





c 

■5 ■* 

o .is 

Z£ 


o o 

1(8 


<u 

gM 

Q 21 


Energy Rate per K 


.wh for 


Net Monthly Bill for 
Use of 1 Kw of Demand 


Schedule 


M 

5 -c 


M 

8 

5 

•sf 


"3 

c 
o 

'■B 
■a 

< Si 


200 Hours 


300 Hours 


1 


50* 
50* 
50* 
50* 
50* 
50* 
50* 
50* 


50* 
50* 
50* 
50* 
50* 
50* 
50* 
50* 


$ 

1.35 
1.35 
1.35 
1.35 
1.35 
1.35 
1.35 
1.35 


2.3 
2.6 
2.8 
3.1 
3.4 
3.7 
4.0 
4.6 


1.5 

1.7 
1.8 
2.0 
2.2 
2.4 
2.6 
3.0 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 


$ 
3.22 
3.45 
3.58 
3.81 
4.03 
4.26 
4.48 
4.93 


$ 
3.52 


2 


3.74 


3 


3.88 


4 


4.10 


5 


4.33 


6 


4.55 


7 


4.78 


8 


5.23 







"Per kw of demand. 



Operating 
Area 


Schedule 


Operating 
Area 


Schedule 


Operating 
Area 


Schedule 


Algoma 


6 
5 
4 
4 
4 

6 

5 
4 
4 
4 

5 
4 
4 
4 
4 

4 
5 
6 
4 

5 

4 
4 
4 
6 
4 

4 

5 
5 
5 
6 


Fort Frances 

Frankford . 


6 
4 
6 
4 

5 

6 
6 
4 
6 
4 

4 
4 
4 
5 
8 

4 
4 
6 
6 
6 

4 
6 
6 

5 
6 

6 

3 

2 
5 
5 


Penetanguishene. . . 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Picton 

Port Arthur 

Richmond Hill 

St. Thomas 

Sarnia 


5 


Alliston 


4 


Arnprior 


Geraldton 


1 


Aylmer 


Guelph 


5 


Bala 


Huntsville. . 


5 


Bancroft 


Kapuskasing 

Kenora . 


4 


Barrie 


5 


Beach ville 


Kingston . 


5 


Beamsville 


Kirkland Lake 

Kitchener . . 


Shelburne . . 


5 


Belleville 


Simcoe 


4 


Blenheim 


Lakefield. 


Stayner 


4 


Bowmanville 


Lancaster 


Stoney Creek 

Caledonia Section 
Stratford 


2 


Bracebridge 


Listowel 


4 


Brampton 


London . . . 


4 


Brantford 


Manitoulin 

Markdale 


Strathroy 


5 


Brockville 


Sudbury 


6 


Cannington 

Cayuga 


Markham 


Sutton 


5 


Matheson 


Terrace Bay 

Timmins 


6 


Chatham 


Merlin 


6 


Clinton 


Minden 


Tweed 


5 


Cobden 


Napanee 

New Liskeard 

North Bay 


Uxbridge 


5 


Cobourg 


Vankleek Hill 

Walkerton 


4 


Delta 


5 


Dryden 


Norwood 

Oil Springs 

Orangeville 

Orillia 


Wallaceburg 

Warren 


5 


Dundas 


6 


Elmira 


Welland.. 


3 


Essex 


West Lome 

Winchester 

Wingham 


6 


Exeter 


Ottawa 

Owen Sound 

Parry Sound 


4 


Fenelon Falls 


5 


Forest 


Woodbridge 


5 







134 



Appendix III — Rural 



MILES OF RURAL LINE, NUMBER OF RURAL CUSTOMERS 
as at December 31. 1964 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Operating Areas 


Farm 


Residential 


Com- 
mercial 


Summer 


Power 






Rural 


Hamlet 


Sub- 
urban 


Com- 
mercial 


Other 


Total 


East System 

western 

Aylmer 

Beachville 

Blenheim 

Chatham 

Clinton 


513.49 
788.28 
142.67 
687.87 
815.89 

944.27 
672.82 
346.21 
477.96 
396.50 

367.31 
309.94 
297.38 
685.40 
541.22 

474.98 
506.58 


2,331 

3,052 

655 

2,755 
3,197 

4,918 
2,723 
1,417 
1,914 
1,625 

1,525 
1,217 
1,198 
2,952 
1,940 

1,815 
1,854 


471 
444 
151 
624 
214 

610 

177 
135 
484 
207 

104 
243 
172 
240 
423 

378 
145 


1,729 
1,707 

437 
1,327 

863 

4,564 
507 
236 

1,385 
358 

264 
769 
1,502 
830 
698 

950 
333 


299 

"92 
238 
326 

1,245 

111 

41 

297 

107 

31 

707 

1,522 

246 

272 

658 


436 
467 
107 
503 
411 

854 
255 
140 
398 

237 

184 
256 
383 
388 
302 

407 
242 


14 
5 
12 
31 
18 

104 
14 

72 
1 
3 


148 

42 

294 

568 

1,037 

3,464 
548 

1,283 

36 

476 


30 
38 
13 
40 

24 

152 
26 
14 
82 
20 

24 
14 
40 
28 
18 

34 
19 


5,458 
5,755 
1,761 
6,086 
6,090 


Essex 

Exeter 

Forest 

London 

Merlin 


15,911 
4,361 
3,338 
4,597 
3,033 


Oil Springs 

St. Thomas 

Sarnia 

Stratford 


2,132 


"l5 


20 
507 


3,226 
5,339 
4,684 


Strathroy 

Wallaceburg 

West Lorne 


1 


3 

394 
68 


3,656 

4,637 
2,661 


Total 


8,968.77 


37,088 


5,222 


18,459 


6,192 


5,970 


290 


8,888 


616 


82,725 


NIAGARA 

Beamsville 

Brantford 

Cayuga 

Dundas 

Elmira 

Guelph 

Kitchener 

Listowel 

Simcoe 

Stoney Creek .... 

Welland 


569.61 
559.80 
720.62 
390.96 
509.62 

409.90 
476.95 
689.91 
809.40 
284.46 

557.96 


3,094 
2,227 
2,627 
1,685 
1,684 

1,351 
1,624 
2,943 
3,462 
910 

1,636 


437 
653 
537 
316 
253 

465 

229 

157 

1,221 

288 

731 


2,716 

847 

1,465 

2,713 

949 

1,180 
2,560 
446 
2,099 
3,411 

3,372 


1,938 
215 
130 

1,950 
428 

635 
471 
382 
360 
2,007 

1,110 


617 

378 
455 
407 
358 

286 
447 
369 
561 
531 

643 


7 

4 

67 

18 

"3 

86 

87 


239 

17 

2,587 

3 

357 

17 

168 

190 

1,802 

110 

1,431 


93 
15 
41 

58 
25 

38 
66 
43 
35 
86 

69 


9,141 
4,356 
7,909 
7,132 
4,072 

3,972 
5,565 
4,533 
9,626 

7,343 

9,079 


Total 


5,979.19 


23,243 


5,287 


21,758 


9,626 


5,052 


272 


6,921 


569 72,728 



Miles of Line and Number of Customers 



135 



MILES OF RURAL LINE, NUMBER OF RURAL CUSTOMERS 
as at December 31, 1964 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Operating Areas 


Farm 


Residential 


Com- 
mercial 


Summer 


Power 






Rural 


Hamlet 


Sub- 
urban 


Com- 
mercial 


Other 


Total 


East System 
— Continued 

CENTRAL 

Bowmanville. . . . 

Brampton 

Markham 

Richmond Hill . . . 
Sutton 


542.58 
378.62 
407.52 
321.83 
367.78 

523.76 
402.94 


1,532 

1,008 

1,194 

848 

995 

1,582 
1,148 


612 
517 
568 
62 
435 

440 
684 


2,027 
1,410 
2,203 
2,269 
1,109 

810 
1,290 


1,998 
1,869 
4,770 
5,899 
2,347 

361 
1,514 


504 
355 
644 
724 
441 

267 
549 


29 
15 

37 

5 

119 

26 


180 
176 
569 
169 
3,389 

1,819 
59 


62 
105 

87 
146 

32 

17 
100 


6,944 

5,455 

10,072 

10,122 

8,867 


Uxbridge 

Woodbridge 


5,322 
5,344 


Total 


2,945.03 


8,307 


3,318 


11,118 


18,758 


3,484 


231 


6,361 


549 


52,126 


GEORGIAN BAY 

Alliston 


512.97 
291.71 
531.36 
554.65 
513.03 

571.28 
709.35 
673.63 
575.81 
535.17 

632.76 
976.86 
530.93 
594.95 
600.09 

378.85 

1,002.32 

714.91 


2,011 

5 

1,471 

295 

1,227 

1,033 
458 

2,284 
347 

1,413 

1,011 

2,535 

176 

705 

1,946 

1,183 
3,762 
2,729 


401 
129 
594 
568 
286 

185 
818 
242 
346 
607 

559 
448 
570 
391 
194 

195 

376 

98 


766 
419 

1,750 
803 

1,082 

735 
913 
671 
1,088 
918 

1,307 
1,340 

948 
1,302 

214 

821 
664 
404 


214 

156 

1,298 

440 

22 

179 
583 
116 
403 
482 

1,510 
481 
229 
261 

537 
306 
306 


246 
114 
486 
266 

280 

265 
386 
358 
391 
371 

526 
577 
291 
293 
182 

283 
494 
332 


8 

98 

120 

176 

59 

192 
252 

16 
187 

10 

166 
199 
195 
196 
4 

254 
29 
49 


58 
2,979 

3,885 
4,682 
3,448 

4,507 
3,348 
1,070 
4,758 
499 

4,724 
4,455 
2,115 
6,600 
109 

3,703 

877 

1,019 


28 
6 
40 
18 
12 

12 
24 
27 
11 
29 

30 
31 
23 
18 

10 
30 
14 


3,732 


Bala 


3.906 


Barrie 


9,644 


Bracebridge 

Cannington 

Fenelon Falls. . . . 

Huntsville 

Markdale 

Minden 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Owen Sound 

Parry Sound 

Penetanguishene. 
Shelburne 

Stayner 


7,248 
6,416 

7,108 
6,782 
4,784 
7,531 
4,329 

9,833 
10,066 
4,547 
9,766 
2,649 

6,986 


Walkerton 

Wingham 


6,538 
4,951 


Total 


10,900.63 


24,591 


7,007 


16,145 


7,523 


6,141 


2,210 


52,836 


363 


116,816 



136 



Appendix III — Rural 



MILES OF RURAL LINE, NUMBER OF RURAL CUSTOMERS 
as at December 31, 1964 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Operating Areas 


Farm 


Residential 


Com- 
mercial 


Summer 


Power 






Rural 


Hamlet 


Sub- 
urban 


Com- 
mercial 


Other 


Total 


East System 
— Continued 

east central 

& EASTERN 

Arnprior 

Bancroft 

Belleville 

Brockville 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Delta 

Frankford 

Kingston 

Lakefield 

Lancaster 

Napanee 

Norwood 

Ottawa 

Perth 

Peterborough .... 
Picton 


464.70 
559.25 
228.83 
654.22 
1,298.63 

616.17 

497.35 
614.90 
954.42 
529.97 

618.64 
597.30 
405.88 
683.64 
1,085.33 

670.25 
491.66 
670.73 
611.29 
1,016.05 


1,064 

576 

783 

2,045 

2,590 

1,657 
1,065 
1,982 
1,970 
505 

2,258 
1,946 
953 
2,026 
2,347 

1,738 
1,694 
1,122 
2,456 
3,807 


336 
339 
195 
681 
867 

630 
299 
504 
618 

252 

531 
428 
213 
890 

552 

359 
425 
677 
286 

582 


726 
1,035 
1,226 
1,793 

2,255 

1,169 

466 

1,207 

2,022 

573 

782 
1,083 

450 
2,838 
1,365 

903 

1,531 

813 

900 

1,264 


533 
257 
541 
559 
1,284 

592 
246 
524 
3,596 
234 

716 

284 

' 3,393 
102 

1,070 

178 

94 

486 

812 


325 
228 
287 
523 
842 

351 
264 
372 
758 
204 

469 
426 
146 
774 
506 

410 
339 

325 
432 
663 


47 
115 

1 

57 

142 

76 

106 

39 

85 

131 

21 
44 
49 
13 

73 

85 
102 
162 

12 

3 


1,704 
1,912 

54 
1,078 
1,784 

1,196 

1,722 

620 

2,083 
4,648 

538 
570 

1,579 
316 

2,570 

1,704 
947 

1,235 
320 
342 


23 
9 
31 
40 
45 

22 

7 

23 

78 

6 

37 

13 

6 

100 

24 

33 
19 
7 
27 
60 


4,758 
4,471 
3,118 
6,776 
9,809 

5,693 
4,175 
5,271 
11,210 
6,553 

5,352 
4,794 
3,396 
10,350 
7,539 

6,302 
5,235 


Tweed 


4,435 


Vankleek Hill.... 
Winchester 


4,919 

7,533 


Total 


13,269.21 


34,584 


9,664 


24,401 


15,501 


8,644 


1,363 


26,922 


610 


121,689 


NORTHEASTERN 

Algoma 

Kapuskasing .... 
Kirkland Lake. . . 

Manitoulin 

Matheson 

New Liskeard .... 

North Bay 

Sudbury 

Timmins 

Warren 


346.46 
305.62 
137.97 
614.39 
506.56 

676.09 
855.60 
655.68 
91.91 
546.29 


375 
289 
37 
859 
643 

1,239 
882 
254 
147 
852 


182 
453 
132 
314 
595 

503 

1,080 

1,059 

54 

622 


1,146 
899 
296 
795 

545 

688 

1,904 

2,557 

374 

828 


2,617 

1,730 

35 

755 

215 

462 

2,752 

6,101 

388 

614 


572 
321 
102 
553 
236 

441 
687 
791 
108 
410 


52 

15 

23 

124 

8 

176 

14 

3 

111 


357 
337 
396 
845 
382 

505 
1,459 
1,406 

108 
1,227 


61 
21 
6 
27 
11 

20 
73 
76 
15 
21 


5,362 
4,065 
1,027 
4,272 
2,635 

3,859 
9,013 
12,258 
1,197 
4,685 






Total 


4,736.57 


5,577 


4,994 


10,032 


15,669 


4,221 


527 


7,022 


331 


48,373 



Miles of Line ami IS umber of Customers 



137 



MILES OF RURAL LINE, NUMBER OF RURAL CUSTOMERS 
as at December 31, 1964 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Operating Areas 
by Regions 


Farm 


Residential 


Com- 
mercial 


Summer 


Power 






Rural 


Hamlet 


Sub- 
urban 


Com- 
mercial 


Other 


Total 


West System 

northwestern 
Dryden 


365.48 
598.33 
137.85 
302.50 
927.62 

41.35 


228 
903 

150 
1,008 


560 

450 

24 

343 

1,515 

4 


881 
406 
506 
836 
2,031 

138 


184 
180 
263 
5 
625 

574 


318 
362 
253 
199 
539 

137 


68 

50 

13 

141 

27 

13 


475 

188 

23 

1,179 

1,601 

29 


11 
5 
27 
14 
31 

13 


2,725 


Fort Frances. . . . 

Geraldton 

Kenora 


2,544 
1,110 

2,867 


Port Arthur 

Terrace Bay 


7,377 
908 


Total 


2,373.13 


2,290 


2,896 


4,798 


1,831 


1,808 


312 


3,495 


101 


17,531 



SUMMARY— MILES OF RURAL LINE, NUMBER OF RURAL CUSTOMERS 

as at December 31, 1964 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Regions by 
Systems 


Farm 


Residential 


Com- 
mercial 


Summer 


Power 






Rural 


Hamlet 


Sub- 
urban 


Com- 
mercial 


Other 


Total 


East System 

Western 

Niagara 


8,968.77 
5,979.19 
2,945.03 
10,900.63 
13,269.21 
4,736.57 


37,088 
23,243 

8,307 
24,591 
34,584 

5,577 


5,222 
5,287 
3,318 
7,007 
9,664 
4,994 


18,459 
21,758 
11,118 
16,145 
24,401 
10,032 


6,192 
9,626 

18,758 

7,523 

15,501 

15,669 


5,970 
5,052 
3,484 
6,141 
8,644 
4,221 


290 
272 
231 
2,210 
1,363 
527 


8,888 
6,921 
6,361 
52,836 
26,922 
7,022 


616 
569 
549 
363 
610 
331 


82,725 
72,728 


Central 


52,126 


Georgian Bay .... 
Eastern 


116,816 
121,689 


Northeastern .... 


48,373 


Total 


46,799.40 


133,390 


35,492 


101,913 


73,269 


33,512 


4,893 


108,950 


3,038 


494,457 






West System 
Northwestern. . . . 


2,373.13 


2,290 


2,896 


4,798 


1,831 


1,808 


312 


3,495 


101 


17,531 


Grand Total. . . 


49,172.53 


135,680 


38,388 


106,711 


75,100 


35,320 


5,205 


112,445 


3,139 


511,988 



138 



Appendix HI — Rural 



Rural Electrical Service 1955 - 1964 

CUSTOMERS, REVENUE AND CONSUMPTION, BY CLASSES OF SERVICE 



Class of Service 


Year 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Customers 


Monthly 
Consump- 
tion per 
Customer 


Average 

Cost 
per Kwh 






% 


kwh 


No. 


kwh 





*Farm 


1955 


12,915,852 


593,811,187 


138,648 


360 


2.18 




1956 


13,671,336 


642,704,082 


139,289 


385 


2.13 




1957 


14,386,097 


685,863,992 


140,604 


408 


2.10 




1958 


15,159,553 


739,085,422 


140,343 


438 


2.05 




1959 


16,122,453 


804,044,121 


140,892 


477 


2.01 




1960 


16,688,958 


850,192,892 


140,782 


503 


1.96 




1961 


17,367,400 


909,189,400 


138,924 


542 


1.91 




1962 


17,975,845 


971,696,100 


137,954 


585 


1.85 




1963 


19,086,801 


1,058,604,500 


136,864 


642 


1.80 




1964 


19,447,674 


1,090,954,900 


135,680 


667 


1.78 


*Hamlet, Rural, 


1955 


12,734,130 


577,738,310 


177,398 


285 


2.20 


and Suburban 


1956 


14,639,910 


689,671,299 


181,113 


321 


2.12 


Residential 


1957 


16,174,554 


780,555,462 


196,025 


345 


2.07 




1958 


17,732,046 


905,280,698 


207,570 


374 


1.96 




1959 


18,862,773 


988,315,209 


218,287 


387 


1.91 




1960 


20,151,434 


1,070,637,716 


221,915 


405 


1.88 




1961 


20,494,966 


1,096,653,000 


205,822 


427 


1.87 




1962 


21,366,479 


1,153,182,400 


215,857 


456 


1.85 




1963 


23,616,431 


1,299,169,800 


224,024 


492 


1.82 




1964 


24,563,281 


1,364,958,200 


220,199 


512 


1.80 


*Commercial 


1955 


3,996,936 


186,151,526 


32,509 


493 


2.15 


(including Summer 


1956 


4,444,185 


210,438,939 


33,481 


532 


2.11 


Commercial) 


1957 


4,855,540 


232,393,865 


35,179 


564 


2.09 




1958 


5,346,040 


259,521,547 


36,966 


600 


2.06 




1959 


5,764,611 


282,562,584 


38,176 


627 


2.04 




1960 


6,099,889 


301,874,591 


38,887 


653 


2.02 




1961 


6,425,565 


324,871,900 


38,496 


700 


1.98 




1962 


6,739,668 


343,061,600 


39,574 


732 


1.96 




1963 


7,423,798 


383,400,200 


40,509 


798 


1.94 




1964 


7,821,307 


407,033,500 


40,525 


837 


1.92 


*Summer 


1955 


2,214,360 


40,361,920 


68,600 


51 


5.49 




1956 


2,478,450 


45,989,563 


74,390 


54 


5.39 




1957 


2,709,831 


50,674,936 


79,792 


55 


5.35 




1958 


2,943,051 


55,170,380 


85,611 


56 


5.33 




1959 


3,170,306 


60,345,721 


91,390 


57 


5.25 




1960 


4,141,665 


67,785,615 


95,196 


61 


6.11 




1961 


4,358,812 


74,693,800 


99,032 


64 


5.84 




1962 


4,613,953 


83,051,000 


103,415 


68 


5.56 




1963 


4,979,590 


96,694,400 


108,077 


76 


5.15 




1964 


5,225,074 


105,483,200 


112,445 


80 


4.95 


Industrial Power 


1955 


2,934,852 


171,202,169 


1,681 


9,067 


1.71 




1956 


3,402,416 


207,252,224 


1,782 


9,975 


1.64 




1957 


3,732,252 


225,748,793 


2,011 


9,920 


1.65 




1958 


4,410,317 


278,005,882 


2,113 


11,235 


1.59 




1959 


4,612,172 


287,458,107 


2,325 


10,795 


1.60 




1960 


5,017,774 


325,416,458 


2,511 


11,215 


1.54 




1961 


5,414,240 


354,069,300 


2,475 


11,835 


1.53 




1962 


6,236,466 


418,959,700 


2,762 


\3,333 


1.49 




1963 


7,840,887 


555,322,000 


3,036 


15,963 


1.41 




1964 


9,782,441 


779,264,700 


3,139 


21,033 


1.26 



*Consumption for flat-rate water heaters is included on the basis of an estimated 16.8 hours' daily 
use. 



APPENDIX IV- LEGISLATIVE 



ORDER IN COUNCIL 

The agreements with respect to the supply of power entered into during the 
year 1964 between The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario and the 
municipalities and corporations mentioned in the following list were approved by 
Order-in-Council. 

Townships 

Nepean Sep. 23, 1964 

Toronto Sep. 23, 1964 

Villages 

Plantagenet Apr. 1, 1964 

Corporations 

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited May 1, 1964 

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited May 25, 1964 

Aunor Gold Mines, Limited Nov. 2, 1964 

Broekville Chemicals Limited Dec. 10, 1964 

Broulan Reef Mines Limited Dec. 11, 1964 

Dominion Foundries and Steel, Limited Oct. 22, 1964 

Dominion Foundries and Steel, Limited Oct. 22, 1964 

Dominion Magnesium Limited Oct. 22, 1964 

Hiho Silver Mines Limited Jul. 31, 1964 

Lake Ontario Portland Cement Company Limited Mar. 10, 1964 

Macassa Gold Mines Limited Apr. 15, 1964 

Marmoraton Mining Company, Ltd Jun. 22, 1964 

Mclntyre Porcupine Mines, Limited Dec. 31, 1964 

Ontario Paper Company, Limited Aug. 6, 1964 

Pax International Mines Limited Aug 12, 1964 

Pittsonto Mining Company Limited May 8, 1964 

Quebec Hydro-Electric Commission May 15, 1964 

Quebec Hydro-Electric Commission Jun. 11, 1964 

Quebec Hydro-Electric Commission Jun. 11, 1964 

Quebec Hydro-Electric Commission Jun. 26, 1964 

Shell Canada Limited Jul. 29, 1964 

Trans-Canada Pipe Lines Limited Nov. 11, 1964 

Willroy Mines Limited Jul. 21, 1964 

139 



SUPPLEMENT 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 



THIS supplement to the report on the Commission's principal activities deals 
with retail electrical service, that is the service provided by the associated 
municipal electrical utilities, and the Commission's retail operations exclusive of 
rural service, which is dealt with in Section III. 

The statistics presented and the analysis that follows are related to operations 
carried out by the 357 municipally owned utilities, and by the Commission in 
28 townships, towns, and villages where the Commission owns the distribution 
facilities. The 357 municipal utilities, 356 supplied by the Commission at cost 
and one at a fixed rate, served a total of 1,552,238 retail customers at the close 
of 1964, and the Commission served an additional 31,357 retail customers in 
the other 28 communities. 

The combined total of 1,583,595 customers within the areas served by the 
385 distribution networks referred to in the preceding paragraph is classified 
by types of service in the table on page 142 and comparative statistics are given 
for 1964 and for the nine immediately preceding years. Information on financial 
operations, rates, energy consumption and typical bills is given in the four 
statements that follow later in this supplement. Statements "A" and "B" include 
a balance sheet and an operating statement for each of the 357 municipal electrical 
utilities. Statements "C" and "D", dealing with more general statistics, include 
as well the municipalities in which the Commission owns the distribution facilities. 
The population figures quoted are for the most part those recorded in the Municipal 
Directory for 1965 published by the Department of Municipal Affairs of Ontario. 

141 



142 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Service 

CUSTOMERS, REVENUE AND CONSUMPTION 
1955 to 1964 



Service 


Year 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Customers 


Monthly 
Consump- 
tion per 
Customer 


Average 

Cost 
per Kwh 






$ 


kwh 


No. 


kwh 





Residential 


1955 


55,241,247 


4,667,789,930 


970,829 


401 


1.18 




1956 


61,234,494 


5,191,581,628 


1,031,482 


419 


1.18 




1957 


65,842,103 


5,602,672,756 


1,072,868 


435 


1.18 




1958 


69,804,608 


6,036,470,489 


1,139,061 


442 


1.16 




1959 


73,955,229 


6,540,969,291 


1,194,878 


456 


1.13 




1960 


78,337,615 


6,944,659,090 


1,234,903 


469 


1.13 




1961 


83,682,550 


7,400,028,084 


1,307,893 


472 


1.13 




1962 


89,016,406 


7,852,651,665 


1,346,408 


486 


1.13 




1963 


93,121,018 


8,255,600,930 


1,382,270 


498 


1.13 




1964 


98,724,259 


8,742,950,806 


1,434,174 


508 


1.13 


Commercial 


1955 


28,576,115 


1,858,974,388 


127,913 


1,211 


1.54 




1956 


31,423,691 


2,081,200,929 


127,497* 


1,360 


1.51 




1957 


33,901,487 


2,270,913,902 


124,757* 


1,517 


1.49 




1958 


35,968,060 


2,445,225,765 


122,446* 


1,664 


1.47 




1959 


38,079,501 


2,669,327,226 


120,733* 


1,842 


1.43 




1960 


41,229,320 


2,921,670,317 


123,441* 


1,972 


1.41 




1961 


45,718,484 


3,289,119,534 


122,863* 


2,231 


1.39 




1962 


49,438,348 


3,633,872,392 


121,964* 


2,483 


1.36 




1963 


53,130,394 


3,983,332,309 


123,296* 


2,692 


1.33 




1964 


58,244,181 


4,460,958,590 


125,555* 


2,961 


1.31 


Industrial Power. . 


1955 


44,270,882 


4,637,527,118 


22,237 


17,379 


0.96 




1956 


47,808,610 


5,140,704,025 


22,809* 


18,782 


0.93 




1957 


50,124,976 


5,366,245,253 


22,607* 


19,781 


0.93 




1958 


52,741,979 


5,651,743,390 


23,077* 


20,409 


0.93 




1959 


61,167,603 


7,052,152,034 


23,545* 


24,960 


0.87 




1960 


64,057,506 


7,326,683,025 


23,613* 


25,857 


0.87 




1961 


69,215,271 


7,994,001,074 


23,179* 


28,740 


0.87 




1962 


74,198,657 


8,704,987,001 


23,145* 


31,342 


0.85 




1963 


79,740,870 


9,581,875,552 


23,456* 


34,042 


0.83 




1964 


86,451,270 


10,488,380,325 


23,866 


36,622 


0.82 



*Irregular variations from year to year in numbers of customers result from reclassifications 
from commercial to residential and from industrial power to commercial service. 

Note: Kwh consumption figures for residential and commercial service in the above table reflect 
the use of flat-rate water heaters for a uniform average of 16.8 hours per day. 



For all three classes of service, as indicated in the accompanying table, 
there were increases in revenue, consumption, number of customers, and average 
monthly consumption per customer. The rate of growth in consumption exceeded 
the rate of growth in revenue for commercial and industrial power service, and 
the two growth rates were approximately equal for residential service so that 
the average cost per kilowatt-hour declined for commercial and industrial power 
services, and remained unchanged for residential service. The increases in average 
monthly consumption per customer, at 2.0 per cent for residential, 10.0 per cent 
for commercial, and 7.6 per cent for industrial power service were smaller than 
the corresponding increases in 1963 for residential and industrial power service, 



Energy Consumption and Average Cost per Kilowatt-Hour 143 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
ANNUAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND AVERAGE COST PER KILOWATT-HOUR 



RESIDENTIAL SERVICE 



INDUSTRIAL POWER SERVICE 



CENTS PER KWH 
2.5 



ILLION KWH 





COMMERCIAL SERVICE 



CENTS PER 
2.5 " 



ILLION KWh 
10 50 



TOTAL ANNUAL ENERGY 
CONSUMPTION 



AVERAGE COST 



ANNUAL CONSUMPTION 



-r 

1950 



T 

1960 



ANNUAL CONSUMPTION 

(Includes street lighting) 



-r 

1950 



T 
1955 



T 
I960 



144 



Municipal Electrical Service 



and somewhat smaller than the average for the preceding five years for all three 
services. The accompanying graphs clearly indicate the steady growth in total 
annual energy consumption for all three services over the past 15 years, and the 
relatively steady decline in average cost over the past 10 to 12 years. 

MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 

The first two of the four statements that comprise the major part of this 
supplement deal with the financial operations of the 357 municipal electrical 
utilities. Entitled "Statements A and B" they include a balance sheet and an 
operating statement for each utility, arranged in alphabetical order. They are 
summarized on page 149 for convenient comparison with corresponding figures 
for the previous nine years. 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 

FIXED ASSETS AND LONG-TERM DEBT 

MILLION 
DOLLARS 










n 




FIXED ASSETS AT COST 






III 


-| 




LONG-TERM 

DEBT 1 












"*■ 




I 

1940 1945 


1 1 

1950 1955 


1 

1960 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 



145 



Summary of Financial Position 

Total assets of the municipal electrical utilities after deducting accumulated 
depreciation rose by $58,874,753 during 1964 to a total of $861,270,283. Of 
this total, $354,153,351 is the sum of the amounts contributed by the utilities 
in their cost of power over the years for the purpose of retiring the Commission's 
long-term debt. The amount is included under Contributed Capital in the Com- 
mission's Balance Sheet in the item designated Equities Accumulated through 
Sinking Fund Provisions and Interest. The figure differs from that recorded in 
the Commission's supporting schedule of Sinking Fund Equities in Appendix 
II. The difference arises from the fact that utility balance sheet figures for 
the equity account in Statement "A" are established when the utilities close their 
accounts at the end of the year and before the Commission's annual calculation 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 



REVENUE 



MILLION 
DOLLARS 



300 



250 



200 



100 




MILLION 
DOLLARS 



300 



250 



200 



150 



100 



Industrial 
power service 



ercial service 
ng and Other 



1940 



1950 



1955 



1960 



146 Municipal Electrical Service 

of sinking fund is available. The utilities' figures for this item are, therefore, for 
the most part for the preceding rather than the current year. 

The investment of the municipal electrical utilities in fixed assets at cost 
increased by $41,376,007 to a total of $564,408,772, against which depreciation 
of $133,554,046 had been accumulated. Net long-term debt, that is debentures 
outstanding less local sinking fund set aside for the retirement of debt, rose by 
$3,902,428 to $81,325,154. In proportion, however, there was an improvement 
in the net debt relationship to fixed assets at cost, which declined from 14.8 
per cent of cost at the end of 1963 to 14.4 per cent at the end of 1964. 

Revenue and Cost 

Total municipal electrical utility revenues were up by 7.8 per cent. They 
were derived from the various classes of service as follows: 

Revenue % 

Residential $96,568,021 38.0 

Commercial 57,008,171 22.5 

Industrial power . . 86,116,820 33.9 

Street lighting 8,197,281 3.2 

Other 6,108,281 2.4 

TOTAL $253,998,574 100.0 

Total expense at $234,836,221 was up by 8.6 per cent over expense in 1963, 
and net income at $19,162,353, relatively unchanged from that in the previous 
year, was 7.5 per cent of total revenues, as compared with 8.1 per cent in 1963. 

A margin of net income provides both an economical source of funds for 
normal expansion and a stabilizing factor in retail rate adjustment. The Commis- 
sion takes this into consideration when reviewing municipal retail rates. 

Under The Power Commission Act the Commission exercises supervisory 
control over the activities of the municipal electrical utilities, and their rates to 
ultimate customers are subject to the Commission's approval. 

The books of account from which the foregoing financial information is 
derived are kept by the utilities in accordance with a standard accounting system 
designed by the Commission for use by all its municipal-utility customers. These 
records are periodically inspected by the Commission's municipal accountants. 
From time to time adjustments and improvements in accounting procedure and 
office routine are recommended as required. By providing this type of assistance 
and supervision, the Commission seeks to ensure the correct application of rates 
and standard procedures and the observance of a uniform classification of revenues 
and expenditures. The work carried out by the Commission's municipal account- 
ants on the utilities' behalf does not, however, constitute an audit of their accounts. 
The municipalities must make their own arrangements for this audit. 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 



Statistical Tables 



STATEMENTS A & B— 

Financial Statements of the Municipal Electrical Utilities Page 

Consolidated for Years 1955 to 1965 148 

By Municipalities 150 

STATEMENT C— 

Rates and Typical Bills for Electrical Service Provided by the 357 Municipal Electrical 

Utilities and by Commission-owned Distribution Facilities in 28 Towns and Villages 200 

STATEMENT D— 

Customers, Revenue, and Consumption in Municipalities Served by the 357 Municipal 
Electrical Utilities and by Commission-owned Distribution Facilities in 28 Towns 
and Villages 222 



147 



148 



Municipal Electrical Service 

MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 



Year 


1955 
343 


1956 
350 


1957 
351 


1958 


Number of municipal utilities included 


354 


A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

267,090,752 

62,413,111 


$ 
298,832,207 
66,539,420 


$ 
327,925,974 
68,075,083 


$ 
349,706,161 




72,673,866 








204,677,641 

9,277,807 

17,392,469 

9,939,403 


232,292,787 

9,858,536 
15,512,896 
12,776,466 


258,950,891 

10,819,896 
14,174,408 
12,573,922 


277,032,295 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investment in government securities 


10,769,037 
13,333,906 
13,911,267 








36,609,679 

7,900,466 

383,751 

2,323,308 


38,147,898 

9,681,858 

290,682 

2,399,184 


37,568,226 

9,579,584 

561,622 

1,894,582 


38,014,210 


OTHER ASSETS 


17,237,653 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 


1,033,436 
2,214,392 








10,607,525 
167,250,921 


12,371,724 
183,262,708 


12,035,788 
200,293,236 


20,485,481 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems. . . . 


218,736,441 


Total 


419,145,766 


466,075,117 


508,848,141 


554,268,427 






LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 

Accounts payable 


49,776,907 
10,574,522 
3,493,146 


58,528,557 

11,633,156 

3,910,276 


63,315,360 
11,226,905 
4,207,237 


69,363,792 
10,105,465 


Other 


6,175,200 




63,844,575 

167,250,921 

7,765,477 


74,071,989 

183,262,708 
6,948,236 


78,749,502 

200,293,236 
5,658,849 


85,644,457 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


218,736,441 
3,507,375 




175,016,398 

66,488,672 
383,751 

114,727,112 


190,210,944 

69,338,990 
290,682 

132,983,134 


205,952,085 

72,087,556 
561,622 

152,057,614 


222,243,816 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 

Local sinking fund 

Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . . 


75,021,200 
1,033,436 

170,871,551 


Frequency standardization expense 
charged this year 


1,314,742 


820,622 


560,238 


546,033 


Total capital 


180,284,793 


201,792,184 


224,146,554 


246,380,154 


Total 


419,145,766 


466,075,117 


S08,848,141 


554,268,427 



B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 

Other 

Total revenue 

EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Fixed charges — interest and principal 

— depreciation 

— other 

Total expense 

Net income or net expense 

Number of customers 



129,810,298 
1,457,199 



131,267,497 



79,779,898 

459,594 

12,076,620 

9,896,805 

4,216,877 

7,193,495 

144,121 



113,767,410 



17,500,087 



142,629,092 
1,554,347 



144,183,439 



87,344,024 

501,386 

13,406,955 

11,015,893 

4,744,936 

7,709,546 

59,374 



124,782,114 



151,855,664 
1,580,224 



153,435,888 



92,682,089 

575,771 

14,362,587 

12,086,583 

5,504,842 

8,389,004 

53,525 



133,654,401 



19,401,325 



19,781,487 



160,700,759 
1,723,986 



162,424,745 



98,563,451 

509,240 

15,544,060 

13,654,386 

6,175,773 

9,216,594 

13,060 

143,676,564 



18,748,181 



1,089,835 



1,153,371 



1,192,357 



1,255,805 



Statements A anil B 

CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 1955-1964 



149 



1959 
354 


1960 
354 


1961 
354 


1962 
355 


1963 
355 


1964 
357 


$ 

385,419,306 

77,551,575 


$ 

413,611,989 

82,246,973 


$ 
457,392,623 
100,165,249 


$ 
488,393,074 
109,914,757 


$ 
523,032,765 
120,564,846 


$ 
564,408,772 
133,554,046 


307,867,731 

10,400,010 
15,560,183 
13,463,791 


331,365,016 

12,250,801 
13,990,120 
12,868,807 


357,227,374 

15,105,454 
14,672,152 
14,190,953 


378,478,317 

18,063,961 
16,984,376 
15,807,380 


402,467,919 

19,175,569 
16,225,459 
15,572,525 


430,854,726 

22,394,390 
13,290,755 
16,566,500 


39,423,984 

9,381,215 
1,726,182 
2,421,279 


39,109,728 

9,197,511 
2,316,958 
2,553,588 


43,968,559 

9,590,459 
3,261,509 
2,643,494 


50,855,717 

9,742,156 
4,312,070 
2,715,626 


50,973,553 

10,351,372 
5,442,451 
3,235,378 


52,251,645 

10,878,773 
6,626.453 
6,505,335 


13,528,676 
238,790,589 


14,068,057 
261,101,650 


15,495,462 
282,255,861 


16,769,852 
305,826,987 


19,029,201 
329,924,857 


24,010,561 
354,153,351 


599,610,980 


645,644,451 


698,947,256 


751,930,873 


802,395,530 


861,270,283 


70,456,844 
10,589,995 
6,565,031 


74,429,684 
10,485,382 
7,146,524 


81,812,075 
12,594,844 
7,860,946 


83,167,367 

12,753,744 

8,254,687 


82,865,177 
12,860,334 
8,534,095 


87,951,607 
14,627,872 
9,799,228 


87,611,870 

238,790,589 
2,864,918 


92,061,590 

261,101,650 
2,920,005 


102,267,865 

282,255,861 
2,468,637 


104,175,798 

305,826,987 
2,481,991 


104,259,606 

329,924,857 
2,323,811 


112,378,707 

354,153,351 
2,251,343 


241,655,507 

77,881,620 
1,726,182 

190,444,985 


264,021,655 

81,266,027 
2,316,958 

205,984,657 


284,724,498 

84,572,157 
3,261,509 

224,121,227 


308,308,978 

88,386,510 
4,312,070 

246,747,517 


332,248,668 

92,400,155 
5,442,451 

258,763,652 
9,280,998 


356,404,694 

96,501,461 
6,626,453 

278,077,894 
11,281,074 


290,816 


6,436 


















270,343,603 


289,561,206 


311,954,893 


339,446,097 


365,887,256 


392,486,882 


599,610,980 


645,644,451 


698,947,256 


751,930,873 


802,395,530 


861,270,283 



175,686,813 
2,400,070 


186,599,701 
2,720,870 


201,891,409 
3,274,114 


216,412,017 
4,439,792 


230,166,226 
5,324,613 


247,890,291 
6,108,283 


178,086,883 


189,320,571 


205,165,523 


220,851,809 


235,490,839 


253,998,574 


111,160,867 
531,076 
17,065,080 
14,954,828 
6,824,770 
10,030,350 
14,316 


122,634,361 

536,118 

18,273,164 

15,766,246 

7,440,556 

10,750,710 

22,506 


130,857,200 
529.955 
19,486,528 
17,342,308 
8,203,772 
11,466,692 
81,734 


139,291,682 

570,500 

20,760,837 

18,482,105 

8,912,277 

11,655,654 

73,080 


152,433,112 

572,079 

21,989,333 

19,550,879 

9,135,950 

12,557,810 

76,738 


167,184,292 

564,536 

23,527,954 

20,367,906 

9,678,755 

13,486,318 

26,460 


160,581,287 


175,423,661 


187,968,189 


199,746,135 


216,315,601 


234,836,221 


17,505,596 


13,896,910 


17,197,334 


21.105.674 


19,175,238 


19,162,353 


1,310,099 


1,351,915 


1,423,427 


1,460,553 


1,497,857 


1,552,238 



150 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Acton 
4,295 


Ailsa Craig 
532 


Ajax 
8,523 


Alexandria 
2,544 


Alfred 
993 






3,079 






A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
460,459 
91,019 


$ 

52,533 
4,651 


$ 
1,072,589 
296,198 


$ 
315,390 
99,774 


$ 

92,184 
27,143 


$ 
278,027 




82,108 








369,440 

84,625 

25,000 

5,244 


47,882 
10,796 


776,391 

76,729 

850 

57,145 


215,616 

4,721 

13,000 

2,764 


65,041 
9,256 


195,919 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investment in government securities 
Accounts receivable (net) 


10,219 
18 000 


37 


3,616 


4,327 








114,869 
923 
579 


10,833 


134,724 
23,371 


20,485 
8,688 


12,872 


32,546 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventory of stores 

Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 
Miscellaneous 


6,724 








330 


4,666 


220 


519 


545 




1,502 

488,422 


330 
58,195 


28,037 
198,060 


8,908 
194,336 


519 
16,791 


7,269 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


193,669 


Total 


974,233 


117,240 


1,137,212 


439,345 


95,223 


429,403 






LIABILITIES 


49,600 
21,037 
10,370 




339,000 

8,979 

61,875 




24,500 
641 

1,870 








2,103 
12,871 


15 


Other 


1,788 


5,717 








81,007 
488,422 


1,788 
58,195 


409,854 

198,060 
4,356 


14,974 
194,336 


27,011 
16,791 


5,732 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


193,669 












Total reserves 


488,422 
34,339 

354,201 
16,264 


58,195 
6,883 


202,416 
108,674 


194,336 
53,078 


16,791 
13,500 


193,669 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


29,989 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


50,374 


347,010 
69,258 


176,957 


37,021 
900 


200,013 












404,804 


57,257 


524,942 


230,035 


51,421 


230,002 






Total 


974,233 


117,240 


1,137,212 


439,345 


95,223 


429,403 


B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 


286,909 
7,170 


23,684 
189 


417,682 
13,657 


130,313 
6,209 


41,317 
308 


175,449 


Other 


5,241 






Total revenue 


294,079 


23,873 


431,339 


136,522 


41,625 


180,690 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


206,167 

26,213 

14,740 

5,264 

10,388 


16,142 


287,791 


101,953 


28,462 


125,438 






Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Fixed charges — interest and principal 

— depreciation 

— other 


2,504 
1,279 


36,850 
54,918 
36,273 
25,867 


9,052 
12,285 


1,934 
3,424 
3,188 
2,872 


16,540 
17,187 


1,339 


8,032 


6,520 














Total expense 


262,772 


21,264 


441,699 


131,322 


39,880 


165,685 






Net income or net expense 


31,307 


2,609 


10,360 


5,200 


1,745 


15,005 




1,344 


231 


2,441 


984 


319 


1,202 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



151 



Almonte 
- 3,529 


Alvinston 
640 


Amherst- 
burg 

4,440 


Ancaster 
Twp. 
14,360 


Apple Hill 
400 


Arkona 
463 


Arnprior 
5,576 


Arthur 
1,270 


Athens 
981 


$ 
474,972 
110,193 


$ 

72,476 
23,948 


$ 
493,225 
119,317 


$ 
301,091 
71,016 


$ 

25,660 
8,683 


$ 

50,795 
15,067 


$ 
533,570 
109,136 


$ 
135,095 
32,384 


$ 

75,461 
16,154 


364,779 

18,888 
33,000 


48,528 

5,599 

3,500 

621 


373,908 

30,871 

27,946 

1,552 


230,075 
35,387 


16,977 
9,007 


35,728 

7,775 
7,000 
1,770 


424,434 
76,317 


102,711 

3,119 

10,000 

1,440 


59,307 

16 
10,000 


6,792 


9,139 


310 


10,279 


575 


58,680 
11,843 


9,720 


60,369 
8,103 


44,526 
366 


9,317 


16,545 


86,596 
2,915 


14,559 
568 


10,591 
















120 


51 








673 


10 














11,843 




8,223 
392,003 


417 
176,747 






2,915 
307,199 


1,241 
97,402 


10 


91,646 


64,637 


16,102 


41,124 


45,796 


526,948 


122,885 


834,503 


451,765 


42,396 


93,397 


821,144 


215,913 


115,704 






4,100 

746 

4,133 


51,040 

102 

2,729 






44,335 
4,085 
8,203 


11,400 
225 
713 




9,057 
2,047 


223 
103 


30 
37 


77 
45 


83 
399 


11,104 

91,646 
392 


326 
64,637 


8,979 
392,003 


53,871 
176,747 


67 
16,102 


122 
41,124 


56,623 

307,199 
942 


12,338 
97,402 


482 
45,796 


















92,038 
72,000 


64,637 
23,529 


392,003 
64,258 


176,747 
77,206 


16,102 
5,080 


41,124 
13,113 


308,141 
100,909 


97,402 
24,513 


45,796 
12,988 


350,806 
1,000 


33,232 
1,161 


369,263 


143,941 


21,147 


39,038 


345,847 
9,624 


81,660 


56,438 
















423,806 


57,922 


433,521 


221,147 


26,227 


52,151 


456,380 


106,173 


69,426 


526,948 


122,885 


834,503 


451,765 


42,396 


93,397 


821,144 


215,913 


115,704 



150,771 
2,860 


20,519 
197 


231,517 
3,874 


157,650 
1,684 


7,744 
88 


23,557 
285 


256,771 
6,739 


50,865 
569 


27,444 
511 


153,631 


20,716 


235,391 


159,334 


7,832 


23,842 


263,510 


51,434 


27,955 


87,456 
11,112 


9,518 


162,743 


101,930 


4,521 


16,389 


201,225 


32,604 


23,784 


11,881 
14,836 


1,650 
3,200 


14,624 

25,136 

1,491 

11,876 


11,191 
11,560 
9,102 
8,388 


904 
1,125 


1,312 
1,083 


13,708 

17,341 

5,509 

14,687 


5,762 
3,306 
1,167 
3,764 


1,046 
1,696 


11,592 


2,307 


789 


1,571 


2,057 




















136,877 


16,675 


215,870 


142,171 


7,339 


20,355 


252,470 


46,603 


28,583 


16,754 


4,041 


19,521 


17,163 


493 


3,487 


11,040 


4,831 


628 


1,145 


331 


1,426 


1,134 


118 


197 


1,807 


543 


374 



152 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Atikokan 
5,959 


Aurora 
9,875 


Avonmore 
242 


Aylmer 
4,558 


Ayr 
1,078 


Baden 




920 






A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
582,005 
156,055 


$ 
777,863 
182,636 


$ 

28,288 
8,901 


$ 
411,108 
143,542 


$ 

93,326 
18,073 


$ 
89,638 




20,642 








425,950 

92,553 

50,000 

9,982 


595,227 
190,501 


19,387 
1,455 


267,566 
63,101 


75,253 

50 

10,500 

537 


68,996 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investment in government securities 


6,522 
9,500 


4,304 


1,084 


4,647 


407 








152,535 

600 

14,632 


194,805 
664 


2,539 


67,748 

177 


11,087 
18 


16,429 


OTHER ASSETS 


130 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 






4,404 


479 


517 


3,579 


53 








15,232 
147,990 


5,068 
290,456 


479 

7,447 


694 
375,259 


3,597 

86,820 


183 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


134,389 


Total 


741,707 


1,085,556 


29,852 


711,267 


176,757 


219,997 






LIABILITIES 


285,000 

5,156 

52,491 


201,000 

5,814 

17,570 


11,500 

2 

977 


29,000 

253 

3,493 








2,328 
880 


3 


Other 


230 






Total liabilities 


342,647 
147,990 


224,384 
290,456 


12,479 
7,447 


32,746 
375,259 


3,208 
86,820 


233 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


134,389 














147,990 
115,000 

131,186 
4,884 


290,456 
22,976 

528,949 
18,791 


7,447 
2,500 


375,259 
59,702 


86,820 
17,503 


134,389 


CAPITAL 


5,000 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


7,426 


240,134 
3,426 


69,226 


80,375 












251,070 


570,716 


9,926 


303,262 


86,729 


85,375 






Total 


741,707 


1,085,556 


29,852 


711,267 


176,757 


219,997 



B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 


281,045 
11,362 


406,271 
23,797 


13,551 

106 


260,292 
2,997 


49,781 
930 


45,261 


Other 


395 








292,407 


430,068 


13,657 


263,289 


50,711 


45,656 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


174,184 

22,565 
35,870 
34,734 
15,773 


272,584 


7,887 


177,517 


35,080 


33,623 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


34,135 
27,419 
19,560 
17,771 


1,483 
916 

1,218 
830 


21,903 
14,420 
4,840 
11,978 


6,025 
4,142 


2,720 
3,710 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 




— depreciation 

—other 


2,561 


2,260 














Total expense 


283,126 


371,469 


12,334 


230,658 


47,808 


42,313 






Net income or net expense 


9,281 


58,599 


1,323 


32,631 


2,903 


3,343 


Number of customers 


1,690 


2,870 


112 


1,573 


397 


296 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



153 



Bancroft 
2,275 


Barrie 
23,502 


Barry's Bay 
1,381 


Bath 
703 


Beachburg 
546 


Beachville 
903 


Beamsville 
3,441 


Beaverton 
1,182 


Beeton 
929 


$ 
361,789 
99,588 


$ 
2,468,755 
689,232 


$ 
100,434 
14,988 


$ 

78,900 
17,613 


$ 

68,781 
21,040 


$ 
120,066 
41,715 


$ 
263,905 
78,129 


$ 
152,775 
35,207 


$ 

78,828 
14,925 


262,201 
38,687 


1,779,523 
17,639 


85,446 
6,562 


61,287 
15,722 


47,741 
11,383 


78,351 

45,488 

39,000 

1,274 


185,776 
14,414 


117,568 

12,101 

10,000 
392 


63,903 

7,676 
13,955 


11,185 


43,751 


3,636 


766 


60 


1,112 


987 


49,872 
9,943 


61,390 
35,432 


10,198 


16,488 


11,443 


85,762 

458 


15,526 


22,493 
180 


22,618 
188 














2,307 


2,970 




600 


1,465 






350 


590 












12,250 


38,402 
1,334,472 




600 
25,461 


1,465 
14,744 


458 
242,607 




530 
114,317 


778 


61,755 


21,174 


119,873 


74,864 


386,078 


3,213,787 


116,818 


103,836 


75,393 


407,178 


321,175 


254,908 


162,163 


50,250 






6,000 
423 
717 


45,850 
63 
50 










420 


9,169 
185,412 


3,373 

200 


333 
680 


32,845 
1,837 




905 


2,589 


880 


994 


53,259 
61,755 


194,581 
1,334,472 


3,573 
21,174 


7,140 
25,461 


45,963 

14,744 


1,013 
242,607 


34,682 
119,873 


880 
114,317 


1,899 

74,864 




















61,755 
82,250 


1,334,472 
65,366 


21,174 
7,500 


25,461 
11,500 


14,744 
6,150 


242,607 
5,537 


119,873 
37,500 


114,317 
12,839 


74,864 
13,610 


183,745 
5,069 


1,619,368 


84,294 

277 


51,466 
8,269 


8,536 


156,407 
1,614 


129,120 


126,872 


71,790 














271,064 


1,684,734 


92,071 


71,235 


14,686 


163,558 


166,620 


139,711 


85,400 


386,078 


3,213,787 


116,818 


103.836 


75,393 


407,178 


321,175 


254,908 


162,163 



101,791 
2,574 


1,131,978 
26,926 


28,816 
453 


27,843 
117 


24,563 
260 


109,893 
3,236 


129,659 
3,238 


81,427 
2,229 


32,788 
982 


104,365 


1,158,904 


29,269 


27,960 


24,823 


113,129 


132,897 


83,656 


33,770 


58,518 
3,713 


784,683 


21,698 


17,569 


16,388 


99,356 


77,125 


58,900 


22,096 


6,816 

12,325 

9,576 


130,269 

96,356 

8,433 

59,575 


2,753 
3,444 


1,215 

1,991 

857 

2,394 


941 
1,349 
4,500 
1,943 


2,614 
2,654 


10,291 
12,913 


5,042 
4,989 


1,859 
1,970 


9,379 


2,648 


3,713 


7,305 


4,119 


2,132 




















100,327 


1,079,316 


30,543 


24,026 


25,121 


108,337 


107,634 


73,050 


28,057 


4,038 


79,588 


1,274 


3,934 


298 


4,792 


25,263 


10,606 


5,713 


754 


7,895 


448 


260 


221 


313 


1,190 


608 


324 



154 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Belle River 
2,018 


Belleville 
31,960 


Belmont 
726 


Blenheim 
3,341 


Bloomfield 
776 


Blyth 

775 








A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
142,689 
27,141 


$ 
3,041,163 
710,242 


$ 

72,224 
16,530 


$ 
353,403 
79,823 


$ 

64,579 
24,584 


$ 
79 697 




21,128 






115,548 

797 
7,000 
1,321 


2,330,921 


55,694 
11,699 


273,580 

23,009 
9,817 
3,549 


39,995 

5,137 

6,993 

289 


58,569 

5,830 

9,325 

315 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Investment in government securities 




66,438 


1,074 








9,118 
608 


66,438 
35,573 


12,773 


36,375 
1,783 


12,419 
450 


15,470 
29 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 






5,044 


6,193 


252 


404 










603 
82,395 


40,617 
1,786,460 


6,193 
12,807 


2,035 
206,673 


854 
48.545 


29 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


74,533 


Total 


207,669 


4,224,436 


87,467 


518,663 


101,813 


148,601 






LIABILITIES 




364,000 
64,293 
58,939 


53,500 

570 

3,173 


27,494 

19 

6,806 








667 
782 




131 


Other 


595 


210 








1,449 
82,395 


487,232 
1,786,460 


57,243 
12,807 


34,319 
206,673 


595 
48,545 


341 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems. . 
Other 


74,533 
















82,395 
19,555 

104,270 


1,786,460 
210,997 


12,807 
1,500 


206,673 
70,966 


48,545 
9,797 


74,533 


CAPITAL 


16,033 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


1,726,451 
13,296 


14,096 
1,821 


206,705 


42,876 


57,694 












123,825 


1,950,744 


17,417 


277,671 


52,673 


73,727 






Total 


207 669 


4 224,436 


87.467 


518,663 


101,813 


148,601 



B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 

Other 


64,972 
993 


1,338,384 
38,412 


71,628 
1,461 


128,506 
4,215 


24,636 
380 


45,486 
861 




65,965 


1,376,796 


73,089 


132,721 


25,016 


46,347 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


39,276 

6,938 

7,787 

247 

3,567 


971,130 


48,001 


73,255 


18,271 


36,032 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


125,191 
112,966 
33,735 
70,261 


3,029 
2,468 
6,148 
1,736 


18,149 

18,782 

5,959 

9,720 


1,807 
2,697 


5,562 
2,487 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 




— depreciation 

— other 


2,077 


2,277 
















57,815 


1,313,283 


61,382 


125,865 


24,852 


46,358 






Net income or net expense 


8,150 


63,513 


11,707 


6,856 


164 


11 


Number of customers 


747 


10,601 


237 


1,216 


312 


340 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



155 



Bobcaygeon 
1,229 


Bolton 
2,075 


Bothwell 
808 


Bowman- 
ville 
7,872 


Bracebridge 
3,110 


Bradford 
2,379 


Braeside 
538 


Brampton 
29,634 


Brantford 
56,070 


$ 
253,439 
74,017 


$ 
207,913 
45,964 


$ 

85,190 
28,111 


$ 
841,736 
315,648 


$ 
926,016 
248,532 


$ 
308,588 
78,379 


$ 

44,280 
5,269 


$ 
4,008,359 
532,554 


$ 
5,767,950 
1,512,064 


179,422 
9,312 


161,949 
5,179 


57,079 
6,012 


526,088 

14,256 

99,374 

6,247 


677,484 
30,159 


230,209 

27,219 
8,000 
6,454 


39,011 

8,794 
10,000 
7,649 


3,475,805 
45,091 


4,255,886 

314,406 
32,000 


1,272 


2,313 


1,490 


9,779 


61,085 


99,577 


10,584 
3,128 


7,492 

444 


7,502 
116 


119,877 
15,465 


39,938 
10,342 


41,673 
9,700 


26,443 


106,176 
107,346 


445,983 

89,068 








3,890 


2,768 


118 


958 


9,959 


821 


515 


22,561 


3,333 


7,018 
45,365 


3,212 
102,308 


234 
68,438 


16,423 
629,017 


20,301 
5,322 


10,521 
154,096 


515 
50,415 


129,907 
1,129,165 


92,401 
5,637,108 


242,389 


274,961 


133,253 


1,291,405 


743,045 


436,499 


116,384 


4,841,053 


10,431,378 


78,300 


55,446 

700 

3,944 






175,343 






1,709,000 
204,328 
248,185 


364,598 


802 


899 
59 


6,880 
5,091 


591 
2,900 


135 
212 


21,418 


8,613 


30 


95,031 


87,715 
45,365 


60,090 
102,308 


958 
68,438 


11,971 
629,017 


175,373 
5,322 


3,491 
154,096 


347 
50,415 


2,161,513 
1,129,165 


481,047 
5,637,108 




















45,365 
10,700 


102,308 
26,403 


68,438 
5,534 


629,017 
71,000 


5,322 
330,457 


154,096 
23,351 


50,415 
6,000 


1,129,165 
264,800 


5,637,108 
1,080,085 


95,485 
3,124 


81,963 
4,197 


58,173 
150 


579,417 


231,893 


254,913 
648 


59,622 


1,248,728 
36,847 


3,149,747 
83,391 












109,309 


112,563 


63,857 


650,417 


562,350 


278,912 


65,622 


1,550,375 


4,313,223 


242,389 


274,961 


133,253 


1,291,405 


743,045 


436,499 


116,384 


4,841,053 


10,431,378 


76,659 
1,348 


101,681 
2,868 


30,729 
1,099 


369,083 
16,805 


160,464 
3,990 


123,036 
2,469 


69,175 
1,265 


1,477,952 
22,096 


2,628,364 
37,505 


78,007 


104,549 


31,828 


385,888 


164,454 


125,505 


70,440 


1,500,048 


2,665,869 


43,824 


62,552 


18,420 


300,585 


16,502 
37,031 
28,590 
16,992 
29,100 
21,094 


81,188 


63,264 


990,723 


1,909,681 


8,360 
8,433 
8,372 


11,251 

10,192 

6,205 

5,226 


3,222 

4,638 

50 

2,319 


47,553 
18,274 


14,225 
13,606 


1,461 

1,600 

441 

1,208 


123,578 
98,215 

149,641 
69,158 


188,639 
122,819 
60,495 


7,788 


22,222 


6,987 


146,547 




















76,777 


95,426 


28.649 


388,634 


149,309 


116,006 


67,974 


1,431,315 


2,428,181 


1,230 


9,123 


3,179 


2,746 


15,145 


9.499 


2,466 


68,733 


237,688 


762 


693 


338 


2,660 


1,209 


875 


157 


8,421 


18,152 



156 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Brantford 
Twp. 
8,344 


Brechin 
241 


Bridgeport 
1,821 


Brigden 
548 


Brighton 
2,674 






18,753 




A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
1,293,059 
370,039 


$ 

23,064 
5,194 


$ 
118,438 
30,772 


$ 

53,896 
14,151 


$ 
269,960 
48,736 


$ 
2,322,889 
483,639 


Accumulated depreciation 




923,020 

107,744 

7,064 


17,870 

2,003 

9,500 

170 


87,666 
6,469 


39,745 

7,119 

5,358 

336 


221,224 
913 


1,839,250 

4,507 
12,000 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investment in government securities 




402 


4,374 


44,954 








114,808 

26,731 

534 


11,673 


6,871 
52 


12,813 


5,287 
7,408 


61,461 


OTHER ASSETS 


41,483 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 










200 


322 




1,980 


7,365 










27,265 
345,703 


200 
23,154 


374 
70,493 




9,388 
129,592 


48,848 
1,422,759 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


49,049 


Total 


1,410,796 


52,897 


165,404 


101,607 


365,491 


3,372,318 






LIABILITIES 


389,701 

3,998 

25,539 




21,430 

466 

3,108 




34,000 
4,082 
3,469 


558,000 




1 

245 


57 

202 


5,839 


Other 


40,052 


Total liabilities ... .... 


419,238 
345,703 


246 
23,154 


25,004 
70,493 


259 
49,049 


41,551 
129,592 


603,891 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


1,422,759 














Total reserves 

CAPITAL 


345,703 
165,656 

462,523 
17,676 


23,154 
2,664 


70,493 
18,220 


49,049 
8,000 


129,592 
31,000 


1,422,759 
272,570 






Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds . 

Contributed capital 


26,833 


51,687 


44,299 


153,348 
10,000 


1,070,925 
2,173 










Total capital 


645,855 


29,497 


69,907 


52,299 


194,348 


1,345,668 


Total 


1.410,796 


52,897 


165,404 


101,607 


365,491 


3,372,318 


B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 

Other 


524,452 
3,911 


8,056 
349 


63,986 
253 


18,388 
411 


104,374 
1,688 


989,694 
33,971 




528,363 


8,405 


64,239 


18,799 


106,062 


1,023,665 






EXPENSE 


309,417 

39,152 
31,725 
42,756 
37,378 


5,563 


43,236 


10,596 


70,059 


664,767 






Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Fixed charges — interest and principal 
— depreciation 


777 
863 


3,877 
8,216 
1,846 
3,439 


1,176 
2,170 


9,225 
10,299 
3,524 
6,318 


84,843 
94,775 
66,316 


657 


1,627 


50,740 














Total expense 


460,428 


7,860 


60,614 


15,569 


99,425 


961,441 


Net income or net expense 


67,935 


545 


3,625 


3,230 


6,637 


62,224 


Number of customers 


2,506 


99 


509 


211 


1,037 


6,391 



Statements A anil B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



157 



Brussels 
846 


Burford 
1,061 


Burgessville 
279 


Burk's Falls 
1,004 


Burlington 
54,864 


Cache Bay 
753 


Caledonia 
2,485 


Campbell- 
ford 
3,486 


Campbell- 
ville 
261 


$ 

97,100 
8,683 


$ 
111,146 
32,643 


$ 

30,556 
9,375 


$ 

87,978 
21,382 


$ 
5,585,622 
1,051,638 


$ 

59,004 
17,344 


$ 
200,730 
53,635 


$ 

751,779 
189,110 


$ 

22,464 
4,932 


88,417 
6,880 


78,503 

4,946 

3,500 

462 


21,181 

4,809 

1,500 

196 


66,596 

15.075 
4,900 
1,653 


4,533,984 

101,363 
37,500 
89,542 


41,660 

5,405 

22,491 

3,382 


147,095 
9,459 


562,669 
114,633 


17,532 

1,579 
2,432 


1,118 


3,140 


9,196 


607 


7,998 
158 


8,908 

71 


6,505 


21,628 


228,405 
72,740 


31,278 
524 


12,599 

179 


123,829 
11,938 


4,618 










100 




47 


300 


81,388 






2,431 


115 












258 
85,696 


71 
87,747 


47 
27,432 


300 
32,306 


154,128 
1,250,245 


524 
8,239 


179 
129,390 


14,369 
17,421 


115 
19,399 


182,369 


175,229 


55,165 


120,830 


6,166,762 


81,701 


289,263 


718,288 


41,664 


4,000 


8,358 

294 

1,376 






1,749,700 

18,433 

217,666 




500 

344 

2,397 


134,900 
3,023 
8,705 




11,013 
1,169 


44 


623 

261 


285 
30 


181 








16,182 
85,696 


10,028 

87,747 


44 
27,432 


884 
32,306 


1,985,799 
1,250,245 


315 
8,239 


3,241 
129,390 


146,628 
17,421 


181 
19,399 




















85,696 
24,000 


87,747 
12,496 


27,432 
3,500 


32,306 
29,147 


1,250,245 
580,644 


8,239 
25,359 


129,390 
15,025 


17,421 
17,600 


19,399 
5,448 


56,491 


64,958 


24,189 


58,493 


2,341,926 
8,148 


47,788 


141,607 


536,639 


16,636 


















80,491 


77,454 


27,689 


87,640 


2,930,718 


, 73,147 


156,632 


554,239 


22,084 


182,369 


175,229 


55,165 


120,830 


6,166,762 


81,701 


289,263 


718,288 


41,664 



43,126 
303 


50,460 
2,184 


12,440 
352 


48,043 
637 


2,618,156 
61,037 


30,827 
1,090 


78,362 
623 


152,195 
8,100 


10,247 
250 


43,429 


52,644 


12,792 


48,680 


2,679,193 


31,917 


78,985 


160,295 


10,497 


31,738 


35,439 


8,730 


30,233 


1,659,276 


20,090 


48,462 

8,532 

9,792 

538 

5,425 


37,124 
14,890 
14,444 
34,782 
12,730 
14.785 


7,101 


4,436 
2,526 
1,243 


5,499 
3,606 
1,228 
2,794 


785 
1,449 


4,142 
4,092 
3,039 
2,447 


186,272 
176,698 
191,357 
126,330 


2,051 
2,875 
2,083 
1,893 


888 

838 


2,430 


901 


652 




















42,373 


48,566 


11,865 


43,953 


2,339,933 


28,992 


72,749 


128,755 


9,479 


1,056 


4,078 


927 


4,727 


339,260 


2,925 


6,236 


31,540 


1,018 


377 


425 


104 


370 


15,828 


193 


892 


1,366 


87 



158 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Cannington 
1,050 


Capreol 
3,014 


Cardinal 
1,960 


Carleton 
Place 
4,844 


Casselman 
1,300 


Cayuga 
994 








A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
90,436 
23,632 


$ 
284,765 
55,200 


$ 

94,662 
21,537 


$ 
363,698 
83,241 


$ 
106,149 
21,487 


$ 
109,684 




27,947 








66,804 

17,633 

13,000 

190 


229,565 
30,431 


73,125 

2,680 

1,500 

534 


280,457 

8,694 
15,100 
10,848 


84,662 

17,972 

14,000 

9 


81,737 


CURRENT ASSETS 


2,008 


Investment in government securities 


6,000 




498 


567 






Total current assets 


30,823 


30,929 


4,714 


34,642 
8,607 


31,981 


8,575 


OTHER ASSETS 


343 




300 












5,916 




248 


4,838 












300 
79,004 


5,916 
30,703 




8,855 
486,783 


4,838 
31,359 


343 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


84,901 


60,771 


Total 


176,931 


297,113 


162,740 


810,737 


152,840 


151,426 






LIABILITIES 




70,000 
517 

7,177 




46,250 


35,500 






299 

530 




2,310 


Other 


210 


5,077 


85 


998 






Total liabilities 


829 
79,004 


77,694 
30,703 


210 
84,901 


51,327 
486,783 


35,585 
31,359 


3,308 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


60,771 
















79,004 
14,532 

82,566 


30,703 
52,000 


84,901 
11,014 


486,783 
62,047 


31,359 

34,500 


60,771 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


20,000 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


136,716 


66,615 


202,913 
7,667 


51,396 


67,347 












Total capital 


97,098 


188,716 


77,629 


272,627 


85,896 


87,347 






Total 


176,931 


297,113 


162,740 


810,737 


152,840 


151,426 


B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 


40,200 
1,081 


128,540 
1,674 


49,949 
246 


209,673 
973 


55,535 
1,665 


41,348 


Other 


409 








41,281 


130,214 


50,195 


210,646 


57,200 


41,757 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


28,609 

2,807 
3,537 

2,703 


82,585 


39,682 


148,858 


37,849 


24,661 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


6,645 

15,552 

8,938 

6,970 


4,451 
4,594 


20,388 

19,789 

1,916 

9,231 


2,554 
4,201 
5,450 
2,817 


5,013 
5,787 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 
— depreciation 




2,682 


3,107 
















Total expense 


37,656 


120,690 


51,409 


200,182 


52,871 


38,568 






Net income or net expense 


3,625 


9,524 


1,214 


10,464 


4,329 


3,189 


Number of customers 


450 


1,023 


677 


1,778 


390 


396 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



159 



Chalk 
River 
1,154 


Chapleau 
Twp. 
3,656 


Chatham 
30,534 


Chatsworth 
391 


Chesley 
1,777 


Chesterville 
1,296 


Chippawa 
3,648 


Clifford 
545 


Clinton 
3,552 


$ 

78,426 
21,970 


$ 
175,179 
19,226 


$ 
3,673,640 
981,052 


$ 

36,413 
10,875 


$ 
129,791 
50,490 


$ 
115,601 
25,540 


$ 
269,687 
56,119 


$ 

53,110 
15,123 


$ 
378,688 
94,955 


56,456 
3,912 


155,953 
40,086 


2,692,588 

40,934 
140,000 
206,632 


25,538 

11,410 
6,000 
1,064 


79,301 

14,605 

39,835 

1,374 


90,061 

13,943 
6,000 
5,956 


213,568 
26,124 


37,987 

14,708 

3,000 

165 


283,733 
26,965 


154 


2,346 


2,376 


2,213 


4,066 


42,432 


387,566 
104,977 


18,474 


55,814 
720 


25,899 


28,500 
396 


17,873 


29,178 
6,639 














3,234 


4,574 


45,578 


300 






835 




220 












3,234 


4,574 


150,555 
2,342,609 


300 
32,131 


720 
188,671 




1,231 
114,893 




6,859 


20,904 


145,749 


49,018 


272,221 








84 660 


202,959 


5,573,318 


76,443 


324,506 


261,709 


358,192 


104,878 


591,991 


40,000 


76,000 

298 

4,830 


435,169 

7,204 

40,285 








52,700 
3,294 
5,256 


4,553 

86 

331 


38,100 


77 




16 
390 


7,474 
411 


239 


469 


238 


10,145 


40,546 
20,904 


81,128 


482,658 

2,342,609 
1,000 


238 
32,131 


406 
188,671 


7,885 
145,749 


61,250 
114,893 


4,970 
49,018 


48,484 
272.221 
























20,904 




2,343,609 
1,084,831 


32,131 

5,014 


188,671 
24,410 


145,749 
5,889 


114,893 
25,650 


49,018 
10,376 


272,221 


15,000 


39,000 


83,573 


8,210 


81,552 
1,279 


1,662,220 


39,060 


111,019 


102,186 


143,905 
12,494 


40,514 


186,944 
769 
















23,210 


121,831 


2,747,051 


44,074 


135,429 


108,075 


182,049 


50,890 


271,286 


84,660 


202,959 


5,573,318 


76,443 


324,506 


261,709 


358,192 


104,878 


591,991 



34,201 
368 


191,842 
1,916 


1,847,666 
31,959 


17,298 
400 


74,575 
2,378 


82,293 
579 


107,268 
1,261 


24,092 
976 


162,152 
5,959 


34,569 


193,758 


1,879,625 


17,698 


76,953 


82,872 


108,529 


25,068 


168.111 


22,563 


140,104 


940,263 


10,959 


48,427 


68,497 


64,194 


18,015 


104,773 


1,327 
1,861 
4,838 


18,139 
16.394 
9,740 
4,443 


379,102 

248,538 

82,455 

84,113 


1,434 
1,475 


8,567 
7,226 


3,826 
5,366 


13,664 
6,660 
7,022 
7,253 


1,054 

1,391 

568 

1,438 


14,515 
15,388 
6,791 


2,343 


1,084 


4,009 


3,091 


9,153 




















32,932 


188,820 


1,734,471 


14,952 


68,229 


80,780 


98,793 


22,466 


150,620 


1,637 


4,938 


145,154 


2,746 


8,724 


2,092 


9,736 


2,602 


17,491 


292 


1,053 


10,164 


179 


738 


477 


1,133 


234 


1,256 



160 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Cobden 
925 


Cobourg 
10,020 


Cochrane 
4,693 


Colborne 
1,425 


Coldwater 
786 


Collingwood 
8,381 








A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

81,137 
17,163 


$ 
1,203,315 
333,510 


$ 
512,010 
96,273 


$ 
127,430 
19,218 


$ 

59,888 
13,387 


$ 
783,043 




169,870 








63,974 

5,350 

6,000 

350 


869,805 

58,156 
10,000 
18,592 


415,737 

2,179 
19,616 
21,845 


108,212 
1,436 


46,501 

6,022 

24,400 

1,655 


613,173 


CURRENT ASSETS 


300 


Investment in government securities 


38,000 


7,453 


6,928 








11,700 


86,748 
14,665 


43,640 
18,850 


8,889 
15,100 


32,077 


45,228 


OTHER ASSETS 


21,743 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 








2,253 


11,795 




300 


1,603 












16,918 
726,767 


30,645 
38,048 


15,100 
73,599 


300 
67,857 


23,346 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


43,590 


732,926 


Total 


119,264 


1,700,238 


528,070 


205,800 


146,735 


1,414,673 






LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


580 
429 




64,000 

5,228 

17,215 








1,741 
14,879 


1,025 
1,959 




8,647 


Other 


325 


8,770 






Total liabilities 


1,009 
43,590 


16,620 
726,767 


86,443 
38,048 


2,984 
73,599 


325 
67,857 


17,417 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other ... 


732,926 
















43,590 
4,949 

69,716 


726,767 
105,994 


38,048 
81,000 


73,599 
12,195 


67,857 
6,868 


732,926 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


38,183 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


850,857 


322,579 


116,421 
601 


71,685 


626,147 














Total capital 


74,665 


956,851 


403,579 


129,217 


78,553 


664,330 






Total 


119,264 


1,700,238 


528,070 


205,800 


146,735 


1,414,673 


B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 


35,520 
221 


579,816 
15,086 


211,260 
5,385 


70,242 
2,661 


28,166 
1,359 


364,092 


Other 


5,544 








35,741 


594,902 


216,645 


72,903 


29,525 


369,636 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


28,186 

2,012 
2,823 

2,250 


458,588 


111,610 


46,821 


22,343 


261,564 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


35,835 
49,597 


24,737 
27,961 
10,722 
12,929 


5,239 

8,777 


2,702 
2,749 


39,251 
31,468 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 




— depreciation 

— other 


30,793 


2,786 


1,727 


18,216 
















Total expense 


35,271 


574,813 


187,959 


63,623 


29,521 


350,499 






Net income or net expense 


470 


20,089 


28,686 


9,280 


4 


19,137 




384 


3,802 


1,366 


597 


303 


3,252 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



161 



Comber 
581 


Coniston 
2,603 


Cookstown 
676 


Cottam 
667 


Courtright 
571 


Creemore 
902 


Dashwood 
410 


Deep River 
5,643 


Delaware 
429 


$ 

68,893 
20,001 


$ 
147,603 
17,403 


$ 

56,151 
15,311 


$ 

58,152 
20,325 


$ 
36,452 

7,789 


$ 

73,295 
11,047 


$ 

36,311 
6,792 


$ 
676,812 
177,392 


$ 

33,687 
10,832 


48,892 
14,121 


130,200 
3,511 


40,840 

11,294 
6,035 

2,017 


37,827 

8,740 

3,000 

815 


28,663 
2,263 


62,248 

14,169 
5,000 

1,341 


29,519 
12,189 


499,420 

35,304 

60,000 

9,073 


22,855 
8,712 


261 


2,747 


1,401 


99 


348 


14,382 


6,258 
510 


19,346 

42 


12,555 
71 


3,664 
25 


20,510 


12,288 


104,377 
12,134 


9,060 










211 


7,155 


67 


2.349 


75 






9,450 












211 


7,665 
13,598 


109 
38.389 


2,420 
31,818 


100 
29,340 






21,584 
92,445 




69,031 


61,674 


44,825 


25,609 


132,516 


157,721 


98,684 


84,620 


61,767 


144,432 


86,632 


717,826 


57,524 


801 


35,500 
2,364 
8,769 












185,914 
2,203 
12,062 




327 
534 


611 
755 


524 
613 


4,112 
374 


702 
575 


158 


3 
190 








1,662 
69,031 


46,633 
13,598 


1,366 
38,389 


1,137 
31,818 


4,486 
29,340 


1,277 
61,674 


158 
44,825 


200,179 
92,445 


193 
25,609 




















69,031 
11,899 


13,598 
14,500 


38,389 
12,001 


31,818 
13,893 


29,340 
8,138 


61,674 
2,824 


44,825 
3,400 


92,445 
45,086 


25,609 
4,000 


49,924 


82,990 


46,928 


37,772 


19,803 


78,657 


38,249 


117,803 
262,313 


27,364 
358 


















61,823 


97,490 


58,929 


51,665 


27,941 


81,481 


41,649 


425.202 


31,722 


132,516 


157,721 


98,684 


84 620 


61,767 


144 432 


86,632 


717,826 


57,524 



25,518 
445 


71,952 
611 


20.933 
588 


20,656 
337 


17,099 

56 


33,876 
349 


23,772 


232,604 
8,787 


16,786 
618 








25,963 


72,563 


21,521 


20,993 


17,155 


34,225 


23,772 


241,391 


17,404 


13,409 


44,276 


16,844 


13,593 


8,964 


20,908 


14,127 


155,775 


10,861 


2,135 

3,568 

421 


5,039 
7,253 
3,923 
3,461 


1,699 
1,526 


2,869 

2,179 

261 

1,893 


1,524 

1,304 

75 

1,045 


1,912 
2,152 


1,732 
1,731 


20,985 
21,410 
18,908 
18,082 


1,457 
1,008 


1,947 


1,723 


1,903 


1,005 


1,026 




















21,480 


63 952 


21,792 


20,800 


12,912 


26,875 


18,595 


235,160 


14,352 


4.483 


8.611 


27/ 


193 


4,243 


7,350 


5,177 


6,231 


3,052 


240 


683 


259 


254 


215 


363 


188 


1,520 


148 



162 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Delhi 
3,625 


Deseronto 
1,819 


Dorchester 
996 


Drayton 
667 


Dresden 
2,356 






398 






A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
412,238 
104,462 


$ 
154,505 
53,410 


$ 

74,357 
20,682 


$ 

71,815 
11,925 


$ 
235,490 
62,608 


$ 

33,630 
13,720 


Accumulated depreciation 




307,776 

70,257 
5,000 
2,609 


101,095 


53,675 

3,365 
1,500 
1,298 


59,890 

7,568 

6,000 

184 


172,882 

45,332 
1,000 
3,323 


19,910 


CURRENT ASSETS 


1,036 


Investment in government securities 


4,000 
8,582 


5,500 
766 








77,866 
18,802 


12,582 
8,505 


6,163 


13,752 
211 


49,655 
10,552 


7,302 


OTHER ASSETS 




Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 








137 


680 




200 














18,802 
172,095 


8,642 
90,819 


680 
46,057 


211 
62,940 


10,752 
182,043 




Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


36,625 


Total 


576,539 


213,138 


106,575 


136,793 


415,332 


63,837 






LIABILITIES 


6,728 
4,828 




1,711 
959 
673 




8,282 

408 

2,892 






1,601 
1,192 


222 
355 


202 


Other 


166 






Total liabilities 


11,556 
172,095 


2,793 
90,819 


3,343 
46,057 


577 
62,940 


11,582 
182,043 


368 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


36,625 
















172,095 
85,000 

276,950 
30,938 


90,819 
15,000 


46,057 
5,589 


62,940 
9,500 


182,043 
43,141 


36,625 


CAPITAL 


4,500 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


104,526 


51,586 


63,626 
150 


178,566 


22,344 














392,888 


119,526 


57,175 


73,276 


221,707 


26,844 






Total 


576 539 


213.138 


106.575 


136.793 


415,332 


63,837 



B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 


176,953 
6,052 


62,218 
2,556 


30,838 
813 


31,107 
522 


123,709 
5,342 


13,044 


Other 


505 






Total revenue 


183,005 


64,774 


31,651 


31,629 


129,051 


13,549 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


125,450 

15,143 

14,574 

9,960 


49,354 


20,911 


19,672 


78,773 


10,973 






Operation and maintenance 


7,224 
8,264 


2,719 

1,928 

241 

2,188 


1,987 

2,147 


19,525 

16,481 

2,397 

5,258 


580 
1,260 






— depreciation 

— other 


4,290 


1,909 


1,123 














Total expense 


165,127 


69,132 


27,987 


25,715 


122,434 


13,936 






Net income or net expense 


17,878 


4,358 


3,664 


5,914 


6,617 


387 


Number of customers 


1,470 


617 


352 


277 


949 


169 



Statements A ami B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



163 



Dry den 
6,349 


Dublin 
283 


Dundalk 
921 


Dundas 
14,185 


Dunnville 
5,579 


Durham 
2,391 


Dutton 
814 


East York 
Twp. 
70,882 


Eganville 
1,436 


$ 
721,972 
199,311 


$ 

43,183 
12,152 


$ 

73,860 
15,580 


$ 
1,865,580 
314,031 


$ 
580,550 
120,956 


$ 
248,311 
44,708 


$ 

58,936 
17,425 


$ 
5,252,964 
1,117,213 


$ 
181,360 
60,868 


522,661 
35,190 


31,031 

3,205 
1,100 
1,953 


58,280 

9,395 

16,500 
724 


1,551,549 

22,226 

9,000 

13,864 


459,594 
150 


203,603 

29,404 
4,000 
6,763 


41,511 

2,053 

4,500 

355 


4,135,751 

232,894 
249,375 
173,574 


120,492 

25,925 
15,000 


4,256 


5,690 


575 


39,446 
12,282 


6,258 


26,619 


45,090 
21,257 


5,840 
36,679 


40,167 
1,810 


6,908 
95 


655,843 

58,475 

179,210 

9,171 


41,500 
2,153 










4,779 


115 




17,043 


920 


942 




2,172 










17,061 


115 
29,652 




38,300 
816,739 


37,599 
436,227 


2,752 
172,986 


95 
84,949 


246,856 
3,162,402 


4,325 


130,960 


75,513 


22,110 


710,128 


67,056 


160,412 


2,451,678 


939,260 


419,508 


133,463 


8,200,852 


188,427 


107,200 






718,500 

4,489 

39,960 


39,500 

1,618 

11,111 


28,000 

352 

2,295 




438,018 
56,983 
25,051 


17,313 


4,355 


24 
115 


457 
405 






22,863 


510 








134,418 
130,960 


139 
29,652 


862 
75,513 


762,949 
816,739 


52,229 
436,227 


30,647 
172,986 


510 
84,949 


520,052 
3,162,402 


17,313 
22,110 




















130,960 
94.230 


29,652 
6,200 


75,513 
5,727 


816,739 
185,045 


436,227 
100,439 


172,986 
27,324 


84,949 

8,407 


3,162,402 

835,636 
179,210 

3,420,815 
82,737 


22,110 
82,687 


350.520 


30,855 
210 


78,310 


630,712 
56,233 


327,664 
22,701 


188,551 


39,597 


66,317 












444,750 


37,265 


84,037 


871,990 


450,804 


215,875 


48,004 


4,518,398 


149,004 


710,128 


67.056 


160,412 


2,451,678 


939,260 


419,508 


133,463 


8,200,852 


188,427 



279.626 
12,045 


21,709 
94 


44,365 

742 


665,900 
11,628 


251,268 
865 


117,403 
3,112 


27,852 
287 


2,386,116 
118,151 


63,414 
1,441 


291.671 


21,803 


45,107 


677,528 


252,133 


120,515 


28,139 


2,504,267 


64.855 


152,261 


14,508 


30,965 


3^6,929 

65,001 
54,515 
70,815 
40,610 


177,740 


74,988 


18,756 


1,608,811 


29,501 
12,736 


41,870 
35,941 
14,140 


1,083 
1,480 


6,131 
2,808 


24,989 

14,498 

5,681 

13,418 


11,578 

13,835 

2,720 

5,437 


3,503 

2,248 


235,974 

239.508 

77,282 

121,760 


4,611 
6,185 
7,035 


18,145 


1,312 


1,993 


1,760 


4,569 




















262,357 


18,383 


41,897 


617,870 


236,326 


108,558 


26,267 


2,283,335 


64,637 


29,314 


3,420 


3,210 


59.658 


15.807 


11,957 


1,872 


220,932 


218 


1,991 


118 


469 


4,492 


1,971 


907 


362 


24,763 


510 



164 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Elmira 
3,782 


Elmvale 
1,011 


Elm wood 
450 


Elora 
1,523 


Embro 
599 






484 






A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
469,838 
115,649 


$ 

96,100 
26,989 


$ 

25,576 
8,731 


$ 
153,474 
49,521 


$ 

68,517 
22,242 


$ 
96,495 




22,650 








354,189 

39,616 

1,512 


69,111 

3,178 
9,965 
1,042 


16,845 

1,217 

7,000 

183 


103,953 

9,635 
8,690 
2,192 


46,275 

3,165 

6,000 
374 


73,845 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investment in government securities 


1,641 

3,923 

753 








41,128 
901 
402 


14,185 
1,246 


8,400 


20,517 

327 


9,539 


6,317 


OTHER ASSETS 


30 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 








270 








613 














1,303 
448,187 


1,516 
73,997 




327 
161,593 




643 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems. . . . 


27,444 


54,565 


53,081 


Total 


844,807 


158,809 


52,689 


286,390 


110,379 


133,886 






LIABILITIES 


776 
3,434 






3,300 

290 
2,205 




5,211 




158 
645 


197 
50 


807 
60 




Other 


1,023 


Total liabilities 


4,210 
448,187 


803 
73,997 


247 
27,444 


5,795 
161,593 


867 
54,565 


6,234 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


53,081 
















448,187 
37,169 

355,241 


73,997 

6,544 


27,444 
6,106 


161,593 
16,562 


54,565 
7,500 


53,081 


CAPITAL 


15,724 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


77,465 


18,892 


101,098 
1,342 


47,447 


58,847 














392,410 


84,009 


24,998 


119,002 


54,947 


74,571 






Total. . . 


844,807 


158,809 


52,689 


286,390 


110,379 


133,886 


B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 

Other 


263,265 

4,237 


42,116 
850 


10,597 
378 


67,286 

777 


27,155 
1,203 


31,503 

767 








267,502 


42,966 


10,975 


68,063 


28,358 


32,270 






EXPENSE 


189,365 

16,433 
16,943 

11,806 


29,465 


8,929 


36,695 


18,300 


22,446 






Operation and maintenance 


2,880 
5,183 


713 

1,270 


9,206 

6,209 

660 

4,136 


4,230 
2,751 


5,357 
4,053 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 
— depreciation 


1,912 


2,706 


803 


1,928 


2,872 
















234,547 


40,234 


11,715 


56,906 


27,209 


36,640 






Net income or net expense 


32,955 


2,732 


740 


11,157 


1,149 


4,370 


Number of customers 


1,324 


417 


137 


550 


240 


366 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



165 



Erie Beach 
203 


Erin 
1,133 


Espanola 
5,298 


Essex 
3,551 


Etobicoke 
Twp. 
194,099 


Exeter 
3,144 


Fergus 
4,037 


Finch 
390 


Flesherton 
506 


$ 

25,469 
4,020 


$ 
79,579 

11,078 


$ 
354,193 
74,292 


$ 
342,133 
110,688 


$ 

22,730,627 

4,069,888 


$ 
351,244 
92,632 


$ 
440,892 
98,708 


$ 

45,292 
14,200 


$ 

39,639 
15,075 


21,449 
341 


68,501 

2,121 
5,050 

702 


279,901 
66,445 


231,445 
20,731 


18,660,739 

720,496 
136,045 
379,568 


258,612 

19,224 
3,000 
3,046 


342,184 

12,864 

15,000 

1,576 


31,092 

1,966 
6,000 
2,378 


24,564 

1,679 
19,000 


153 


3,049 


1,672 


302 


494 


7,873 
69 


69,494 
460 


22,403 
14,138 


1,236,109 

389,553 

1,493,219 

200,308 


25,270 
979 


29,440 
246 


10,344 


20,981 








364 


384 


7,719 


667 


61 


468 


1,000 


126 


364 
9,432 


453 
29,668 


8,179 
30,939 


14,805 
207,118 


2,083,080 
6,035,242 


1,040 
272,096 


714 
424,542 


1,000 
32,521 


126 
38,081 


31,739 


106,495 


388,513 


475,771 


28,015,170 


557,018 


796,880 


74,957 


83,752 


1,183 


1,450 

9 

905 


129,000 
5,404 
12,483 


10,300 
8,449 
1,676 


8,298,062 
137,438 
593.406 




16,500 

150 

5,339 






500 
247 


23,772 
2,960 


66 

246 


163 
308 


1,930 
9,432 


2,364 
29,668 


146,887 
30,939 


20,425 
207,118 


9,028,906 
6,035,242 


26,732 
272,096 


21,989 
424,542 


312 
32,521 


471 
38,081 




















9,432 
6,703 


29,668 
13,050 


30,939 
16,000 


207,118 
40,957 


6,035,242 

2,154,168 
1,493,219 

8,283,466 
1,020,169 


272,096 
20,000 


424,542 
58,461 


32,521 

7,000 


38,081 
5,831 


13,674 


61,413 


112,397 
82,290 


207,271 


236,291 
1,899 


291,888 


35,124 


39,369 














20,377 


74,463 


210,687 


248,228 


12,951,022 


258,190 


350,349 


42,124 


45,200 


31,739 


106,495 


388,513 


475,771 


28,015,170 


557,018 


796,880 


74,957 


83,752 



7,744 
12 


43,008 
969 


190,505 
4,728 


140,812 
2,090 


9,906,703 
150,071 


178,022 
2,637 


242,561 
2,735 


17,538 
266 


18,895 
906 


7,756 


43,977 


195,233 


142,902 


10,056,774 


180,659 


245,296 


17,804 


19,801 


3,482 


29,088 


103,854 


84,196 


6,667,768 


111,967 


168,391 


13,646 


15,894 


1,421 

1,104 

633 


3,751 

4,059 

796 

1,950 


20,231 

24,809 

13,107 

9,122 


18,943 

18,152 

2,521 

8,918 


590,731 
473,713 
818,387 
573,086 


16,134 

22,474 


24.216 

20,433 

2,210 

10,652 


1,384 
1,737 


1,404 
2,179 


728 


10,462 


1,423 


1,299 




















7,368 


39,644 


171,123 


132,730 


9,123,685 


161,037 


225,902 


18,190 


20,776 


388 


4,333 


24,110 


10,172 


933,089 


19,622 


19,394 


386 


975 


141 


437 


1,390 


1,228 


62,928 


1,301 


1,478 


175 


246 



166 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Fonthill 
2,618 


Forest 
2,174 


Forest Hill 
22,494 


Fort William 
46,662 


Frankford 
1,698 


Gait 




30,174 






A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
196,722 
45,939 


$ 
181,679 
89,304 


$ 
2,179,454 
697,538 


$ 
4,919,719 
1,460,230 


$ 
127,421 
24,147 


$ 
3,584,729 




1,248,377 








150,783 
6,388 
2,771 


92,375 

14,761 

38,401 

8,989 


1,481,916 

201,534 
74,000 
12,574 


3,459,489 

583,343 
85,200 
158,791 


103,274 
2,586 


2,336,352 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investment in government securities 


100,169 
165,000 


Accounts receivable (net) 


2,163 


141,320 








9,159 

52 
3,000 


62,151 
3,442 


288,108 
48,634 


827,334 
125,560 


4,749 


406,489 


OTHER ASSETS 


88,420 










39 


4,438 


17,514 


1,200 


1,309 








3,052 
89,387 


3,481 
208,328 


53,072 
1,502,914 


143,074 
6,014,986 


1,200 
37,245 


89,729 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems. . . . 


3,011,118 


Total 


252,381 


366,335 


3,326,010 


10,444,883 


146,468 


5,843,688 






LIABILITIES 


4,500 

79 

2,919 






388,000 

142,776 

91,785 




17,000 




813 
1,767 


35,452 
53,555 


81 
1,855 


383 


Other 


46,264 






Total liabilities 


7,498 
89,387 


2,580 
208,328 


89,007 
1,502,914 


622,561 
6,014,986 


1,936 
37,245 


63,647 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


3,011,118 














Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


89,387 
55,673 

97,573 
2,250 


208,328 
23,357 


1,502,914 
358,126 


6,014,986 
676,209 


37,245 
20,000 


3,011,118 
800,298 






Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds . 

Contributed capital 


132,070 


1,375,963 


3,131,127 


87,287 


1,912,643 
55,982 














Total capital 


155,496 


155,427 


1,734,089 


3,807,336 


107,287 


2,768,923 






Total 


252,381 


366,335 


3,326,010 


10,444.883 


146.468 


5.843,688 


B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 


85,440 
3,006 


95,568 
6,655 


929,739 
16,374 


1,928,837 
112,219 


51,442 
2,372 


1,570,037 


Other 


17,329 








88,446 


102,223 


946,113 


2,041,056 


53,814 


1,587,366 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


57,964 

6,892 
7,110 
2,317 
5,248 


71,085 


673,501 


1,362,304 


37,109 


1,083,383 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


14,056 
10,023 


87,806 
97,164 


235,036 

156,408 

53,340 

119,192 


4,409 
5,390 


142,861 
94,731 


Fixed charges — interest and principa 

— depreciation 

— other 


8,896 


4,459 


60,190 


3,219 


99,985 














Total expense 


79,531 


99,623 


918,661 


1,926,280 


50,127 


1,429,856 






Net income or net expense 


8,915 


2,600 


27,452 


114,776 


3,687 


157,510 


Number of customers 


856 


915 


9,051 


14,700 


665 


9,990 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



167 



Georgetown 
( 11,374 


Glencoe 
1,206 


Goderich 
6,671 


Grand Bend 
884 


Grand 

Valley 

732 


Granton 
280 


Gravenhurst 
3,223 


Grimsby 
5,962 


Guelph 
41,993 


$ 
1,126,033 
226,209 


$ 
140,135 
47,344 


$ 
883,064 
254,445 


$ 
193,530 
52,875 


$ 

64,374 
20,123 


$ 

20,984 
4,127 


280,938 
80,391 


$ 
469,128 
91,570 


$ 
5,240,442 
838,470 


899,824 

18,652 
14,000 


92,791 

2,901 
5,000 
2,491 


628,619 

105,601 
90,657 
13,297 


140,655 
3,799 


44,251 

20,613 

5,500 

102 


16,857 
7,834 


200,547 

6,024 

12,000 

1,561 


377,558 
30,543 


4,401,972 
278,126 


3,078 


6,584 


54 


1,270 


106,332 


35,730 
28,718 


10,392 
380 


209,555 
8,680 


10,383 
851 


26,215 


7,888 


19,585 
5,769 


31,813 


384,458 
94,454 












1,751 


78 


1,590 


7,695 


100 


696 




4,960 


15,984 








30,469 
699,288 


458 
100,473 


10,270 
693,439 


8,546 
64,355 


100 
68,783 


696 
29,426 


5,769 
274,355 


4,960 
195,174 


110,438 
3,680,605 


1,665,311 


204,114 


1,541,883 


223,939 


139,349 


54,867 


500,256 


609,505 


8,577,473 


252,372 




55,500 

694 

18,433 


54,167 
5,753 
5,194 




166 




76,000 
4,013 
7,523 


1,554,000 


2,629 


4,425 
505 




6,415 
3,279 


31,145 


34,288 




60 


71,817 








289,289 


4,930 
100,473 


74,627 
693,439 


65,114 
64,355 




226 
29,426 


9,694 
274,355 


87,536 
195,174 


1,656,962 


699,288 
1,524 


68,783 


3,680,605 


















700,812 
140,552 


100,473 
20,113 


693,439 
157,460 


64,355 
36,833 


68,783 
10,794 


29,426 
6,478 


274,355 
44,279 


195,174 
99,344 


3,680,605 
710,945 


534,658 


76,126 
2,472 


588,579 
27,778 


55,814 
1,823 


59,772 


18,737 


171,928 


227,451 


2,443,413 
85.548 














675,210 


98,711 


773,817 


94,470 


70,566 


25,215 


216,207 


326,795 


3,239,906 


1,665,311 


204,114 


1,541,883 


223,939 


139,349 


54,867 


500,256 


609,505 


8,577,473 



542,358 
12,753 


50,776 
788 


414,386 
8,615 


77,581 
718 


34,455 
443 


10,174 


141,609 
2,380 


253,958 
3,706 


2,575,796 
59,582 








555,111 


51,564 


423,001 


78,299 


34,898 


10,174 


143,989 


257,664 


2,635,378 


383,656 


31,434 


283,489 


40,120 


20,741 


4,233 


104,801 


158,438 


1,504,988 


45,520 
49,794 
29,330 


7,476 

8,189 

56 

4,059 


29,293 

45,215 

9,100 

22,131 


8,030 

13,346 

7,948 

5,113 


2,402 
2,516 


1,781 

1,343 

307 

583 


11,221 
13,503 


28,377 
26,883 
10,918 
11,745 


245,704 
227,805 
175,052 


26,514 


2,008 


7,268 


118,244 




















534,814 


51,214 


389,228 


74,557 


27,667 


8,247 


136,793 


236,361 


2,271,793 


20,297 


350 


33,773 


3,742 


7,231 


1,927 


7,196 


21,303 


363,585 


3,436 


538 


2,550 


841 


345 


125 


1,424 


2,054 


13,413 



168 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Hagersville 
2,082 


Hamilton 
275,670 


Hanover 
4,687 


Harriston 
1,622 


Harrow 
1,752 


Hastings 
850 








A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
183.663 
53,781 


$ 

28.521.90S 

3,482,037 


$ 
494,258 
156,651 


$ 
246,342 
59,200 


$ 
275,492 
75,572 


$ 
95,059 




33,572 






Net fixed assets 


129,882 

9.242 

38.000 

393 


25,039,871 
1,542,782 


337,607 

150 

22,000 

9,240 


187,142 

6,031 
7,000 
1,422 


199,920 

1,406 


61,487 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


1,111 
8,750 




1,483,061 


909 


1,254 








47,635 
36 
195 


3,025,843 
817,895 


31,390 
17,018 


14,453 
101 


2,315 
5,124 


11,115 


OTHER ASSETS 




Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 




26,300 


520 


358 


167 








Total other assets 


231 
332,158 


844,195 
38,215,881 


17,538 
450,643 


459 
183,652 


5,291 
182,353 




Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


41,965 


Total 


509,906 


67,125,790 


837,178 


385,706 


389,879 


114,567 






LIABILITIES 


386 
1,435 


840,000 

1,832,654 

182,060 




34,000 

625 

2,651 






Accounts payable 


2,772 
3,794 


3,007 
825 


621 


Other 


854 








1,821 
332,158 


2,854,714 

38,215,881 
232,972 


6,566 

450,643 


37,276 
183,652 


3,832 
182,353 


1,475 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


41,965 












Total reserves 


332,158 
8,000 

167,927 


38,448,853 
6,869,892 


450,643 
£0,162 


183,652 
31,708 


182,353 

12,000 


41,965 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


21,000 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


18,823,884 

128,447 


299,185 
622 


133,070 


189,789 
1,905 


49,869 

258 










Total capital 


175,927 


25,822,223 


379,969 


164,778 


203,694 


71,127 






Total 


509,906 


67,125,790 


837,178 


385,706 


389,879 


114,567 



B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 

Other 


101,838 
2,235 


20,311,610 
289,473 


240,434 
3,439 


89,603 

2,277 


100,237 
3,508 


35,004 
971 








104,073 


20,601,083 


243,873 


91,880 


103,745 


35,975 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


62,367 

17,586 
7,311 

4,924 


18,064,536 


174,172 


60,671 


67,496 


24,003 






Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


1,141,338 

1,009,489 

113,465 

571,959 


14,893 
21,655 


8,349 
6,829 
3,321 
6,087 


11,470 

15,109 

906 

6,615 


2,016 
5,479 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 




— depreciation 


12,501 


2,978 
















92,188 


20,900,787 


223,221 


85,257 


101,596 


34,476 






Net income or net expense 


11,885 


299,704 


20,652 


6,623 


2,149 


1,499 


Number of customers 


803 


87,946 


1,760 


681 


705 


424 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



169 



Havelock 
1,290 


Hawkesbury 
9,014 


Hearst 
2,651 


Hensall 
935 


Hespeler 
4,950 


Highgate 
382 


Holstein 
148 


Huntsville 
3,071 


Ingersoll 
7,025 


$ 
116,931 
36,464 


$ 
751,676 
176,295 


$ 
274,740 
37,779 


$ 
149,430 
42,048 


$ 
530,117 
100,154 


$ 

41,978 
15,249 


$ 

13,594 
4,410 


$ 
305,793 
78,138 


$ 
780,187 
206,494 


80,467 

13,156 
39,187 


575,381 
48,756 


236,961 

20,883 

40,000 

7,010 


107,382 

5,455 

8,992 

992 


429,963 

41,159 
30,000 
27,076 


26,729 

3,035 

3,000 

239 


9,184 
4,194 


227,655 

55,460 

59,479 

7,699 


573,693 
59,272 


1,215 


3,846 


48 


10,837 


53,558 


52,602 
27,158 


67,893 


15,439 
45 


98,235 
158 


6,274 


4,242 


122,638 
7,249 


70,109 
24,987 












1,224 


1,133 


6,603 


193 


1,009 






4,870 


4,031 










1,224 


28,291 
113,057 


6,603 
18,649 


238 
99,623 


1,167 
726,302 






12,119 
369,472 


29,018 


72,169 


41,011 


14,585 


885,202 


207,418 


769,331 


330,106 


222,682 


1,255,667 


74,014 


28,011 


731,884 


1,558,022 


10,500 


152,000 

288 

7,658 


31,700 
2,888 
15,976 












66,787 


708 


166 
510 


2,228 
5,747 


156 

140 




115 
1,935 


70 


747 


84 


13,691 


11,955 
72,169 


159,946 
113,057 


50,564 
18,649 


676 
99,623 


7,975 
726,302 


296 
41,011 


84 
14,585 


2,050 
369,472 


80,548 
885,202 




















72,169 
52,400 


113,057 
133,000 


18,649 
108,300 


99,623 
12,000 


726,302 
77,570 


41,011 
5,000 


14,585 
2,762 


369,472 
15,697 


885,202 
133,013 


70,894 


345,245 
18,083 


152,593 


105,788 
4,595 


441,546 
2,274 


27,707 


10,580 


344,665 


459,259 












123,294 


496,328 


260,893 


122,383 


521,390 


32,707 


13,342 


360,362 


592,272 


207,418 


769,331 


330,106 


222,682 


1,255,667 


74,014 


28,011 


731,884 


1,558,022 



44,874 
2,087 


305,733 
7,925 


104,015 
3,137 


58,866 
510 


311,891 
10,027 


14,664 
301 


6,785 
2 


173,409 

5,116 


388,537 
9,274 


46,961 


313,658 


107,152 


59,376 


321,918 


14,965 


6,787 


178,525 


397,811 


27,852 


176,331 


62,512 


38,806 


244,974 


8,193 


5,127 


105,705 


249,229 


2,773 
4,903 
1,920 


29,554 
34,464 
21,497 
18,657 


9,888 

11,683 

8,716 

5,082 


5,120 
4,222 


24,871 
19,715 


1,810 
1,035 


275 
720 


18,631 
12,320 


37,239 
38,164 
11,455 


3,613 


4,213 


10,862 


1,395 


432 


7,304 


19,328 




















41,061 


280,503 


97,881 


52,361 


300,422 


12,433 


6,554 


143,960 


355,415 


5,900 


33,155 


9,271 


7,015 


21,496 


2,532 


233 


34,565 


42,396 


443 


2,415 


708 


379 


1,561 


166 


96 


1,247 


2,401 



170 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Population 

A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Accumulated depreciation 

Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investment in government securities 
Accounts receivable (net) 

Total current assets 

OTHER ASSETS 

Inventory of stores 

Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 
Miscellaneous 

Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 

Total 

LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 

Accounts payable 

Other 

Total liabilities 

RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 

Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 

Local sinking fund 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds . 

Contributed capital 

Total capital 

Total 



Iroquois 
1,145 



206,969 
40,058 



166,911 

11,523 

51,000 
1,047 



63,570 
600 



600 
59,990 



291,071 



824 
1,595 



2,419 
59,990 



59,990 



84,673 
143,989 



228,662 



291,071 



Jarvis 



742 



67,675 
19,523 



48,152 
21,134 



293 



21,427 



291 



291 
73,288 



143,158 



1,897 
60 



1,957 

73,288 



73,288 
10,500 



56,936 

477 



67,913 



143,158 



Kapuskasing 



12,295 



637,516 
80,276 



557,240 

75,028 

3,919 



78,947 
12,133 



23,257 



35,390 
58,621 



730,198 



212,631 

4,198 

27,068 



243,897 
58,621 



58,621 
72,848 



354,832 



427,680 



730,198 



Kemptville 
2,076 



199,216 
36,899 



162,317 

5,611 
9,000 
4,737 



19,348 
7,562 



7,562 
167,874 



357,101 



14,778 
1,663 



16,441 
167,874 



167,874 
19,507 

153,279 



172,786 



357.101 



Killaloe 

Station 

836 



60,704 
14,718 



45,986 
4,039 



453 



4,492 



2,455 



2,455 
13,400 



66,333 



35,500 
482 



35,982 
13,400 



13,400 
4,500 



12,451 



16,951 



66,333 



Kincardine 



2,882 



$ 
338,816 
110,426 



228,390 



15,000 
11,333 



26,333 
10,425 



10,425 
293,965 



559,113 



21,294 
2,726 



24,020 
293,965 



293,965 
60,000 

181,128 



241,128 



559,113 



B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 

Other 


49,702 
2,341 


27,860 
179 


257,929 
5,546 


119,848 
2,105 


29,104 
328 


130,545 
1,741 








52,043 


28,039 


263,475 


121,953 


29,432 


132,286 






EXPENSE 


35,810 

6,990 
6,249 

5,148 


17,411 


159,990 


86,167 


17,084 


97,567 






Operation and maintenance 


1,728 
3,323 


24,740 
35,996 
22,619 
12,987 


11,334 
8,329 


1,003 
2,804 
3,763 
1,693 


12,895 
9,279 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 
— depreciation 




2,075 


4,569 


8,750 














Total expense 


54,197 


24,537 


256,332 


110,399 


26,347 


128,491 


Net income or net expense 


2,154 


3,502 


7,143 


11,554 


3,085 


3,795 


Number of customers 


407 


277 


2,367 


840 


285 


1,288 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



171 



King City 
1,895 


Kingston 
51,451 


Kingsville 
3,439 


Kirkfield 
197 


Kitchener 
82,674 


Lakefield 
2,201 


Lambeth 
2,654 


Lanark 
954 


Lancaster 
571 


$ 
143,134 
41,946 


$ 
7,080,560 
1,923,058 


$ 
341,524 
111,875 


$ 

27,036 
6,161 


$ 

11,863,229 

2,725,582 


$ 
255,348 
63,527 


$ 
171,250 
41,637 


$ 

63,471 
13,243 


$ 

39,349 
13,865 


101,188 

27,495 
9.940 


5,157,502 

77,869 
130,000 
264,507 


229,649 

12,699 
8,500 
3,747 


20,875 
3,393 


9,137,647 

233,527 
300,000 
449,897 


191,821 

2,374 

21,000 

2,297 


129,613 
7,347 


50,228 

2,759 
9,000 
1,638 


25,484 

9,672 
5,500 


3,377 


312 


2,873 


2,268 


40,812 


472,376 
273,200 


24,946 

2,370 

106 


3,705 


983,424 
294,663 


25,671 
5,837 


10,220 


13,397 
253 


17,440 










6,825 


5,679 




3,882 


3,610 


332 














6,825 


278,879 
2,868,452 


2,476 
244,074 




298,545 
7,536,663 


9,447 
130,599 


332 
81,383 


253 
41,700 




27,307 


14,903 


33,343 


176,132 


8,777,209 


501,145 


39,483 


17,956,279 


357,538 


221,548 


105,578 


76,267 


108,000 


1,055,000 

441,566 

12,823 










7,701 

595 

2,363 






4,927 


120 
5,215 




375,457 
97,996 


20,902 
1,690 


3 
341 


408 


5,434 


25 


568 


118,361 
27,307 


1,509,389 

2,868,452 
103,456 


5,335 

244,074 


25 
14,903 


473,453 

7,536,663 
363,286 


22,592 
130,599 


10,659 
81,383 


344 
41,700 


976 
33,343 
















27,307 
3,540 


2,971,908 
749,839 


244,074 
33,500 


14,903 
5,766 


7,899,949 
2,327,244 


130,599 
33,500 


81,383 
24,799 


41,700 
7,317 


33,343 
8,917 


26,924 


3,524,715 
21,358 


217,557 
679 


18,789 


7,112,856 
142,777 


170,847 


90,195 
14,512 


56,217 


32,431 
600 












30,464 


4,295,912 


251,736 


24,555 


9,582,877 


204,347 


129,506 


63,534 


41,948 


176,132 


8,777,209 


501,145 


39,483 


17,956,279 


357,538 


221,548 


105,578 


76.267 



84,122 
5,075 


2,874,714 
66,338 


133,984 
1,028 


7,509 
200 


4,341,253 
26,044 


88,759 
2,199 


76,069 
3,101 


23,341 
869 


22,655 
647 


89,197 


2,941,052 


135,012 


7,709 


4,367,297 


90,958 


79,170 


24,210 


23,302 


51,111 


1,983,662 


89,673 


4,493 


3,003,744 


67,704 


52,499 


18,381 


13,654 


7,035 
4,993 
9,636 


235,740 
271,838 
136,390 
169,191 


11,513 

17,771 


944 
623 


368,605 

356,687 

38,248 

281,910 


12,572 
6,554 
1,038 
7,065 


5,264 
8,673 
1,310 
4,565 


2,480 
1,782 


1,560 
2,471 


3,523 


9,093 


808 


1,713 


1,212 




















76,298 


2,796,821 


128,050 


6,868 


4,049,194 


94,933 


72,311 


24,356 


18,897 


12,899 


144,231 


6.962 


841 


318,103 


3,975 


6,859 


146 


4.405 


543 


17,715 


1.428 


109 


27,450 


803 


745 


317 


215 



172 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Population 


Larder Lake 
Twp. 
1,635 


Latchford 
452 


Leamington 
9,152 


Lindsay 
11,375 


Listowel 
4,326 


London 
175,936 


A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

74,895 
29,836 


$ 

42,432 
10,726 


$ 
900,159 
249,105 


$ 
1,421,604 
435,350 


$ 
492,501 
165,029 


$ 

23,593,237 

5,379,383 


Accumulated depreciation 




45,059 
19,281 

282 


31,706 

7,712 


651,054 

60,415 
2,000 
8,706 


986,254 
400 


327,472 

31,053 

20,000 

4,556 


18,213,854 

47,345 
251 742 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Investment in government securities 


331 


18,077 


942,659 






19,563 


8,043 


71,121 
24,182 


18,477 
14,506 


55,609 
351 


1,241,746 
752,455 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 








295 




161 


119,091 












16,370 




24,477 
677,761 


14,506 
908,550 


512 
442,075 


871,546 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


3,259 


12,208,779 


Total 


80,992 


43,008 


1,424,413 


1,927,787 


825,668 


32,535,925 






LIABILITIES 


3,318 
5,381 




52,000 
3,882 
18,759 




41,783 
19,291 
7,097 


7,436,742 






32,039 
8,232 


1,075,486 


Other 


878 


267,947 




8,699 
16,370 


878 
3,259 


74,641 
677,761 


40,271 
908,550 


68,171 
442,075 


8,780,175 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


12,208,779 
299,877 
















16,370 
15,753 

40,170 


3,259 
18,901 


677,761 
74,000 


908,550 
130,000 


442,075 
91,051 


12,508,656 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


2,801,171 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


19,970 


567,586 
30,425 


840,759 
8,207 


222,916 
1,455 


8,442,892 
3,031 








Total capital 


55,923 


38,871 


672,011 


978,966 


315,422 


11,247,094 


Total 


80,992 


43,008 


1,424,413 


1,927,787 


825,668 


32,535,925 



B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 


53,548 
238 


11,788 
188 


457,434 
3,265 


574,309 
33,501 


231,358 
2,362 


8,100,329 


Other 


285,517 




53,786 


11,976 


460,699 


607,810 


233,720 


8,385,846 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


39,095 

3,216 

5,779 

304 

2,563 


7,566 


327,413 


431,620 


170,732 


5,247,711 


Operation and maintenance 


1,140 
1,039 


33,252 

37,884 

6,545 

23,827 


58,345 

64,427 


21,621 

12,818 

9,910 

13,548 


725,427 
701,412 




760,521 


—depreciation 

— other 


1,301 


31,413 


539,205 
















50,957 


11,046 


428,921 


585,805 


228,629 


7,974,276 






Net income or net expense 


2,829 


930 


31,778 


22,005 


5,091 


411,570 


Number of customers 


487 


156 


3,401 


4,114 


1,640 


56,533 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



173 



Long 
Branch 
11,658 


L'Orignal 
1,309 


Lucan 
960 


Luck now 

1,044 


Lynden 
580 


Madoc 
1,391 


Magnetawan 
260 


Markdale 
1,102 


Markham 
5,702 


$ 
726,534 
127,574 


$ 
119,555 
33,610 


$ 
102,454 
33,502 


$ 
111,157 
21,211 


$ 

38,830 
14,243 


$ 
170,347 
56,500 


$ 

30,477 
9,023 


$ 

91,683 
16,291 


$ 
575,006 
102,384 


598,960 

13,907 
139,166 


85,945 
7,384 


68,952 

15,010 
5,500 

1,782 


89,946 

7,098 

9,000 

829 


24,587 

16,552 
2,000 
2,257 


113,847 

11,751 

22,000 

2,374 


21,454 

4,411 

5,500 

21 


75,392 

9,340 

6,000 

529 


472,622 
19,616 


56,785 


1,063 


16,002 


209,858 


8,447 


22,292 
51 


16,927 


20,809 

207 


36,125 
6,573 


9,932 
51 


15,869 


35,618 
1,252 












19 


1,878 




2,350 




100 


490 




1,032 












19 


1,878 
16,299 


51 
86,070 


2,350 
120,905 


207 
49,858 


6,673 
88,535 


541 
5,356 




2,284 


507,728 


72,933 


197,943 


1,316,565 


112,569 


177,365 


230,128 


95,461 


245,180 


37,283 


164,194 


708,467 




14,000 

18 

570 










9,300 




81,229 


15 


24 
950 


770 


133 

22 


18 
1,358 


2,223 
856 


4,624 


29,054 




57,862 










29,069 
507,728 


14,588 
16,299 


974 
86,070 


770 
120,905 


155 
49,858 


1,376 
88,535 


9,300 
5,356 


3,079 
72,933 


143,715 
197,943 




















507,728 
40,305 


16,299 
14,000 


86,070 
11,214 


120,905 
17,614 


49,858 
4,495 


88,535 
14,000 


5,356 
14,700 


72,933 
6,370 


197.943 
37,963 


727,538 
11,925 


67,682 


79,107 


90,839 


40,953 


141,269 


7,927 


81,812 


284,462 
44,384 


















779,768 


81,682 


90,321 


108,453 


45,448 


155,269 


22,627 


88,182 


366,809 


1,316,565 


112,569 


177,365 


230,128 


95,461 


245,180 


37,283 


164,194 


708,467 



421,417 
11,905 


43,799 
1,720 


42,057 
749 


60,399 

384 


21,420 
124 


61,400 
2,803 


9,457 
246 


48,348 
292 


256,245 
4,946 


433,322 


45,519 


42,806 


60,783 


21,544 


64,203 


9,703 


48,640 


261,191 


328,447 


23,408 


27,505 


43,057 


13,523 


47,362 


4,603 


31,609 


172,750 


28,176 

46,364 

2,947 


3,804 
3,743 
2,281 
3,467 


3,770 
3,052 


5,700 
5,212 


445 
2,043 


5,007 
4,768 


811 

819 

1,932 

908 


3,849 
2,081 


14,716 

20,409 

9,275 


20,747 


3,039 


3,016 


1,294 


5,253 


2,398 


13,018 




















426,681 


36,703 


37,366 


56,985 


17,305 


62,390 


9,073 


39,937 


230,168 


6,641 


8,816 


5,440 


3,798 


4,239 


1,813 


630 


8,703 


31,023 


4,781 


416 


378 


474 


175 


603 


108 


485 


1,892 



174 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Marmora 
1,331 


Martintown 
393 


Massey 
1,301 


Maxville 
847 


McGarry 
Twp. 
2,242 






3,842 






A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
114,935 
44,616 


$ 

35,544 
10,778 


$ 
102,222 
15,212 


$ 

84,943 
17,746 


$ 

92,650 
25,637 


$ 
333,847 


Accumulated depreciation 


95,983 




70,319 

5,430 

3,000 

842 


24,766 
5,013 


87,010 
8,057 


67,197 

4,775 

1,500 

943 


67,013 
18,279 


237,864 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investment in government securities 


32,599 


2,043 


6,676 


1,147 


2,549 








9,272 
1,530 


7,056 


14,733 
312 


7,218 


19,426 


35,148 


OTHER ASSETS 


10,569 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 












2,823 




378 


383 












1,530 
64,305 




3,135 
7,377 




378 
15,191 


10,952 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


15,889 


58,592 


282,539 


Total 


145 426 


47,711 


112,255 


133,007 


102,008 


566,503 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


1 
860 




28,900 

275 

1,399 








138 
96 




48 
4,055 


510 


Other 


972 


5,988 








861 
64,305 


234 
15,889 


30,574 
7,377 


972 
58,592 


4,103 
15,191 


6,498 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


282,539 
















64,305 
15,092 

65,168 


15,889 
5,347 


7,377 
16,100 


58,592 
13,642 


15,191 
13,782 


282,539 


CAPITAL 


47,725 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


26,241 


58,204 


58,801 
1,000 


68,932 


229,741 
















80,260 


31,588 


74,304 


73,443 


82,714 


277,466 






Total 


145,426 


47,711 


112,255 


133,007 


102,008 


566,503 



B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 

Other 


48,488 
714 


9,376 

89 


44,432 
347 


40,677 
344 


54,688 
792 


183,883 
3,753 




49,202 


9,465 


44,779 


41,021 


55,480 


187,636 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


34,943 

8,473 
3,999 

3,543 


6,501 


23,467 


29,024 

3,177 
1,590 


35,424 


139,524 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


863 
1,076 


4,540 
7,597 
3,960 
2,533 


3,051 
7,251 


11,966 
13,571 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 




— depreciation 

— other 


1,062 


2,390 


2,769 


8,384 














Total expense 


50,958 


9,502 


42,097 


36,181 


48,495 


173,445 


Net income or net expense 


1,756 


37 


2,682 


4,840 


6,985 


14,191 


Number of customers 


499 


128 


353 


327 


449 


1,603 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



175 



Merlin 
631 


Merrick- 
ville 
909 


Midland 
9,103 


Mildmay 
898 


Mil I brook 
887 


Milton 
6,165 


Milverton 
1,110 


Mimico 
18,584 


Mitchell 
2,347 


$ 

76,090 
31,732 


$ 

77,017 
13,079 


$ 
871,145 
345,992 


$ 

65,059 
8,923 


$ 

75,295 
18,933 


$ 
687,680 
188,543 


$ 
115,066 
27,238 


$ 
1,260,185 
348,080 


$ 
381,650 
87,360 


44,358 
23,601 


63,938 
9,177 


525,153 

100 
70,000 
19,892 


56,136 

888 

7,500 

84 


56,362 

3,537 
5,000 

577 


499,137 
126,669 


87,828 

11,679 

10,000 
650 


912,105 

203,571 
65,000 
45,483 


294,290 
140 


366 


1,147 


3,689 


13,713 


23 967 
249 


10,324 


89,992 
11,300 


8,472 


9,114 


130,358 
1,398 


22,329 
297 


314,054 
20,685 


13,853 
14,095 












168 


571 


2,338 






827 


70 


1,639 


373 










417 


571 
26,078 


13,638 
1,078,288 






2,225 
511,931 


367 
174,692 


22,324 
891,995 


14,468 


53,565 


45,084 


34,567 


240,114 


122,307 


100,911 


1,707,071 


109,692 


100,043 


1,143,701 


285,216 


2,140,478 


562,725 




9,300 

52 

1,185 








54,684 
5,641 
8,337 


9,100 

6 

546 


55,500 
5,915 

48,626 


11,100 


1 
201 


6,651 
3,577 


2,001 
331 


581 
891 


30 
37,147 


202 
53,565 


10,537 
26,078 


10,228 
1,078,288 


2,332 
45,084 


1,472 
34,567 


68,662 
511,931 


9,652 

174,692 


110,041 
891,995 


48,277 
240,114 




















53,565 
13,122 


26,078 
15,700 


1,078,288 
111,945 


45,084 
12,303 


34,567 
9,000 


511,981 
69,267 


174,692 
15,160 


891,995 
195,060 


240,114 
36,009 


55,418 


48,596 


493,723 
7,887 


49,973 


55,004 


493,791 


84,729 
983 


931,004 
12,378 


238,325 














68,540 


64,296 


618,555 


62,276 


64,004 


563,058 


100,872 


1,138,442 


274,334 


122,307 


100,911 


1,707,071 


109,692 


100,043 


1,143,701 


285,216 


2,140,478 


562,725 



26,869 
3,166 


33,349 

24 


422,816 
6,035 


33,883 
314 


34,190 
1,489 


302,645 
15,002 


63,419 
911 


588,521 
29,571 


145,550 
5,233 


30,035 


33,373 


428,851 


34,197 


35,679 


317,647 


64,330 


618,092 


150.783 


14,602 


21,925 


351,051 


21,332 


23,672 

2,872 
3,477 


193,917 


41,214 


378,510 


93,460 


1,439 
4,630 


2,557 
3,103 
1,775 
2,131 


36,179 
28,792 


4,278 
2,918 


17,718 

37,183 

7,517 

16,218 


5,811 
9,130 
1,132 
2,937 


36,981 

90,591 

9,495 

31,550 


14,275 

16,763 

3,401 


2,331 


26,166 


1,662 


1,961 


7,797 




















23,002 


31,491 


442,188 


30,190 


31,982 


272,553 


60,224 


547,127 


135,696 


7,033 


1,882 


13,337 


4,007 


3,697 


45,094 


4,106 


70,965 


15.087 


262 


364 


3,054 


328 


339 


1,859 


496 


7,050 


961 



176 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Moorefield 
315 


Morrisburg 
1,984 


Mount 

Brydges 

1,045 


Mount 
Forest 
2,672 


Napanee 
4,458 


Nepean 
Twp.* 
35,147 






A . BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

29,138 
9,433 


$ 
250,407 
52,799 


$ 

85,612 
12,214 


$ 
245,422 
55,754 


$ 
450,991 
150,954 


$ 
3,188,287 
535,254 








19,705 

2,052 
1,000 

217 


197,608 

11,795 
11,000 
3,143 


73,398 
8,733 


189,668 

6,270 

20,000 

2,282 


300,037 

59,884 

22,000 

6,433 


2,653,033 
202,063 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investment in government securities 




801 


551,748 








3,269 


25,938 
7,975 


9,534 


28,552 
1,197 


88,317 
7,771 


753,811 
31,262 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 








266 


181 


4,441 


69,430 












7,975 
96,092 


266 
43,061 


1,378 
212,600 


12,212 
381,347 


100,692 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


32,686 








Total 


55,660 


327,613 


126,259 


432,198 


781,913 


3,507,536 






LIABILITIES 


35 
107 




12,700 
342 
781 






3,000,000 




769 
2,836 


5,011 
1,826 


330 
6,957 


213,992 


Other 


136,880 






Total liabilities 


142 
32,686 


3,605 
96,092 


13,823 
43,061 


6,837 
212,600 


7,287 
381,347 


3,350,872 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 




Other 


















32,686 
4,500 

18,332 


96,092 
31,636 


43,061 
6,431 


212,600 
21,627 


381,347 
70,000 




CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 








Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


95,736 

100,544 


62,944 


191,134 


323,279 


151,651 
5,013 














22,832 


227,916 


69,375 


212,761 


393,279 


156,664 






Total 


55,660 


327,613 


126,259 


432,198 


781,913 


3,507,536 



B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 

Other 


19,221 
43 


91,125 

2,247 


34,641 
169 


120,120 
1,521 


201,605 
50,964 


849,901 
32,194 


Total revenue 


19,264 


93,372 


34,810 


121,641 


252,569 


882,095 


EXPENSE 


15,865 

946 
589 

912 


56,952 


18,410 


87,957 


157,581 


452,359 






Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


15,607 
14,072 


1,780 
3,186 
1,339 
2,258 


12,836 
11,371 


18,916 
40,220 


45,511 

75,037 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 


124,311 


— depreciation 

— other 


6,375 


5,708 


10,466 


33,226 














Total expense 


18,312 


93,006 


26,973 


117,872 


227,183 


730,444 


Net income or net expense 


952 


366 


7,837 


3,769 


25,386 


151,651 


Number of customers 


144 


724 


385 


1,101 


1,742 


10,410 



*six months operation 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



177 



Neustadt 
529 


Newboro 
265 


New burgh 
575 


Newbury 
339 


Newcastle 
1,345 


New 

Hamburg 

2,215 


Newmarket 
8,493 


New 

Toronto 

11,668 


Niagara 
2,815 


$ 

39,731 
17,963 


$ 

36,138 
8,868 


$ 

80,355 
23,751 


$ 

28,960 
10,465 


$ 
156,453 
48,665 


$ 
231,020 
49,635 


$ 
853,544 
203,566 


$ 
1,125,434 
239,918 


$ 
295,554 
79,008 


21,768 

1,890 
10,200 


27,270 

2,428 

2,000 

163 


56,604 

8,130 

3,000 

526 


18,495 

2,156 
5,000 
1,049 


107,788 

1,132 
4,000 
2,005 


181,385 

4,867 
5,000 
1,728 


649,978 
94,394 


885,516 

116,052 

155,000 

13,939 


216,546 

36,026 
10,000 


893 


20,257 


2,839 


12,983 


4,591 


11,656 


8,205 
30 


7,137 
2,325 


11,595 
1,290 


114,651 
1,063 


284,991 
16,774 


48,865 
13,588 












1,326 


1,148 




142 


155 


539 


55,332 


38 










1,326 
5,764 


1,148 
15,043 


30 
21,498 


2,467 
64,980 


1,445 
223,267 


1,602 
374,339 


72,106 
2,897,180 


13,626 


35,285 


211,387 


70,036 


38,951 


84,451 


48,228 


182,372 


417,692 


1,140,570 


4,139,793 


490,424 




5,233 
3 

81 






9,000 
1,105 
1,059 


6,000 
105 
789 


41,834 
3,840 
12,752 




18,251 


138 
174 


13,719 
262 


172 
30 


15,000 
23,970 


300 
3,837 


312 
35,285 


5,317 
5,764 


13,981 
15,043 


202 
21,498 


11,164 
64,980 


6,894 
223,267 


58.426 

374,339 
1,972 


38,970 
2,897,180 


22,388 
211,387 


















35,285 
15,504 


5,764 
11,767 


15,043 
14,000 


21,498 
9,754 


64,980 
19,858 


223,267 
26,264 


376,311 
53,045 


2,897,180 
8,000 


211,387 
62,256 


18,935 


16,103 


35,927 
5,500 


16,549 
225 


86,370 


161,267 


652,788 


1,194,696 
947 


190,393 
4,000 














34,439 


27,870 


55,427 


26,528 


106,228 


187,531 


705,833 


1,203,643 


256,649 


70,036 


38,951 


84,451 


48,228 


182,372 


417,692 


1,140,570 


4,139,793 


490,424 


15,661 
300 


10,678 
150 


21,493 
675 


8,687 
232 


60,627 
2,032 


102,660 
1,353 


446,359 
3,393 


1,464,647 
19,147 


115,430 
3,779 


15,961 


10,828 


22,168 


8,919 


62,659 


104,013 


449,752 


1,483,794 


119,209 


13,944 


5,114 


13,533 


5,567 


38,880 


67,395 


307,344 


1,308,273 


71,630 


867 
1,754 


895 
1,226 
1,173 
1,074 


2,605 
2,469 
1,560 
2,381 


693 

903 


4,671 
7,097 
2,130 
3,994 


8,507 
8,493 
1,358 
5,190 


27,806 

45,535 

6,429 

23,003 


43,931 
77,039 


17,958 
9,729 
2,568 


1,411 


962 


27,413 


7,560 




















17,976 


9,482 


22,548 


8,125 


56,772 


90,943 


410,117 


1,456,656 


109,445 


2,015 


1,346 


380 


794 


5,887 


13,070 


39,635 


27,138 


9,764 


210 


158 


194 


140 


525 


792 


2,820 


4,164 


1,096 



178 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Niagara 
Falls 
53,352 


Nipigon 
Twp. 
2,749 


North Bay 
23,349 


NorthYork 

Twp. 

334,887 


Norwich 
1,613 






1,127 






A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
6,101,845 
1,432,458 


$ 
210,481 
61,884 


$ 
2,262,659 
629,822 


$ 

34,003,218 

5,703,956 


$ 
130,140 
55,401 


$ 
125,344 


Accumulated depreciation 


42,565 


Net fixed assets 


4,669,387 

246,963 
63,000 
89,338 


148,597 

8,681 

22,968 

2,357 


1,632,837 
328,416 


28,299,262 

2,511,775 

15,500 

369,739 


74,739 

24,969 
7,500 
2,509 


82,779 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


3,852 

23,000 




30,581 


935 








399,301 

173,734 

19,171 


34,006 
225 


358,997 
36,917 


2,897,014 

591,324 

1,463,081 

294,851 


34,978 
4,805 


27,787 


OTHER ASSETS 




Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 






8,646 


113 


234 








Total other assets 


192,905 
3,916,698 


225 
137,255 


45,563 
239,116 


2,349,256 
8,127,400 


4,918 
157,672 


234 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


58,955 


Total 


9,178,291 


320,083 


2,276,513 


41,672,932 


272,307 


169,755 


LIABILITIES 


766,613 

11,875 

104,231 




340,000 

2,072 

86,604 


11,555,201 

687,813 

1,477,672 








142 
2,545 


13 
1,286 


4 


Other 


1,057 








882,719 
3,916,698 


2,687 
137,255 


428,676 

239,116 
1,203 


13,720,686 
8,127,400 


1,299 
157,672 


1,061 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


58,955 












Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 

Local sinking fund 


3,916,698 
1,482,534 

2,817,795 
78,545 


137,255 
10,000 


240,319 
392,158 


8,127,400 

3,514,265 
1,463,081 

14,310,306 
537,194 


157,672 
13,756 


58,955 
55,100 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


170,141 


1,215,360 


96,793 
2,787 


51,257 
3,382 












4,378,874 


180,141 


1,607,518 


19,824,846 


113,336 


109,739 






Total 


9,178,291 


320,083 


2,276,513 


41,672,932 


272,307 


169,755 



B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 

Other 


2,310,497 
25,229 


96,396 
4,009 


1,093,643 
32,026 


15,225,996 
518,370 


63,808 
3,284 


38,532 
2,168 


Total revenue 


2,335,726 


100,405 


1,125,669 


15,744,366 


67,092 


40,700 






EXPENSE 


1,414,091 

276,679 
237,284 
101,510 
147,491 


63,696 


627,449 


9,722,080 


38,848 


28,153 






Operation and maintenance 


12,454 
11,410 


107,293 

127,708 

39,717 

55,285 


1,231,464 

1,085,500 

1,141,650 

733,666 


10,445 
7,245 


3,412 
3,780 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 

— depreciation 

— other 




5,363 


3,293 


3,896 














Total expense 


2,177,055 


92,923 


957,452 


13,914,360 


59,831 


39,241 






Net income or net expense 


158,671 


7,482 


168.217 


1,830,006 


7,261 


1,459 


Number of customers 


16,873 


788 


8,119 


109,000 


693 


423 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



179 



Oakville 
48,523 


Oil Springs 
516 


Omemee 
811 


Orangeville 
5,106 


Orillia 
14,854 


Orono 
915 


Oshawa 

69.822 


Ottawa 

308,031 


Otterville 
754 


$ 

6,696,923 
1,298,513 


$ 

74,546 
22,595 


$ 

80,650 
30,668 


$ 
479,164 
104,431 


$ 
5,433,307 
1,396,364 


$ 
103,853 
25,071 


$ 
8,927,883 
2,266,068 


$ 

36,023,329 

7,609,983 


$ 

69,588 
25,250 


5,398,410 
246,930 


51,951 

1.859 

11,000 

449 


49,982 

2,172 

5,500 

562 


374,733 
9,561 


4,036,943 

42,488 
124,860 
74,003 


78,782 

590 

2,500 

354 


6,661,815 

22,310 
400,000 
365,705 


28,413,346 

330,341 
355,000 
957,552 


44,338 
5,525 


96,207 


3,011 


416 


343,137 
80,298 


13,308 
304 


8,234 
4,437 


12,572 
8,350 


241,351 
77,373 


3,444 
3,700 


788,015 
147,895 


1,642,893 
456,900 


5,941 






85,390 


1,286 




1,643 




272 


9,742 


2,148 












165,688 


1,590 
85,687 


4,437 
36,238 


9,993 
330,281 


77,373 
226,511 


3,972 
33,912 


157,637 
5,470,576 


459,048 
9,794,435 




1,603,623 


49,288 


7,510,858 


152,536 


98,891 


727,579 


4,582,178 


120,110 


13,078,043 


40,309,722 


99,567 


2,637,924 






68,500 
6,494 
4,290 


549,000 
128,794 
367,098 


15,000 
771 
881 


229,000 
585,524 
112,433 


3,554,000 
929,248 




59,507 
166,737 


1 
175 


1,964 
319 


59 

464 








2,864,168 
1,603,623 


176 
85,687 


2,283 
36,238 


79,284 
330,281 


1,044,892 

226,511 
125,962 


16,652 
33,912 


926,957 

5,470,576 
209 


4,483,248 

9,794,435 
255,418 


523 
49,288 














1,603,623 
699,197 


85,687 
16,721 


36,238 
12,000 


330,281 
27,094 


352,473 
2,063,000 


33,912 
8,000 


5,470,785 
573,622 


10,049,853 
6,336,698 


49,288 
4.500 


2,283,865 
60,005 


49,952 


48,370 


290,920 


1,107,173 
14,640 


61,546 


5,901,899 
204,780 


17,029,518 
2,410,405 


45,256 












3,043,067 


66,673 


60,370 


318,014 


3,184,813 


69,546 


6,680,301 


25,776,621 


49,756 


7,510,858 


152,536 


98.891 


727,579 


4,582,178 


120,110 


13,078,043 


40,309,722 


99,567 



4,193,046 
120,928 


23,619 
1,571 


33,532 
823 


234,014 
2,790 


869,700 
14,025 


42,430 
1,379 


3,857,439 
187,711 


13,012,886 
317,416 


26,320 
308 


4,313,974 


25,190 


34,355 


236,804 


883.725 


43,809 


4,045,150 


13,330,302 


26,628 


3,107,000 


12,937 


21,759 


160,309 


332,484 
143,300 
93,544 
100,842 
136,851 
112,287 


26,647 


3,199,974 


8,406,409 
258,967 

1,356,087 

833,320 

560,790 

926,194 

17,100 


16.804 


294,675 
243,339 
288,509 


2,065 
2,814 


5,361 
3,702 


15,327 

30,444 

3,109 

11,739 


5,142 

7,478 

735 

2,508 


333,024 

254,593 

35,018 

199,599 


1,104 
1,998 


143,512 


2,286 


2,596 


2,230 


















4,077,035 


20,102 


33,418 


220,928 


919,308 


42,510 


4,022,208 


12,358,867 


22,136 


236,939 


5,088 


937 


15,876 


35,583 


1,299 


22,942 


971,435 


4,492 


13,904 


241 


316 


1,894 


5,665 


381 


22,710 


97,645 


297 



180 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Owen 
Sound 
17,914 


Paisley 

744 


Palmers ton 
1,590 


Paris 
6,025 


Parkhill 
1,091 


Parry 

Sound 
6,054 


Population 






A BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Accumulated depreciation 


S 

1,904,466 

503,301 


$ 

71,498 
15,933 


S 
240,840 
62,683 


$ 
685,458 
196,373 


S 
147,162 
35,088 


$ 
1,052,777 
303,928 


Net fixed assets 


1,401,165 

11,289 
70,000 
99,042 


55,565 

5,604 

11,000 

980 


178,157 
7,603 


489,085 
19,989 


112,074 

12,355 
6,000 
2,552 


748,849 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


2,528 
16,500 


Accounts receivable (net) 


579 


4,195 


3,488 








180,331 
37,630 
22,863 


17,584 
260 


8,182 
911 


24,184 
944 


20,907 
1,673 


22,516 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventory of stores 


7,087 






Miscellaneous 


5,683 


275 


119 


127 


3,575 


Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


60,493 
1,459,031 


5,943 

65,080 


1,186 
200,968 


1,063 
530,190 


1,800 
114,793 


10,662 
118,046 


Total 


3,101,020 


144,172 


388,493 


1,044,522 


249.574 


900,073 


LIABILITIES 


8,000 

7,699 

14,788 




11,000 

727 

2,800 


76,400 
2,382 
2,169 


5,300 

173 

1,082 


52,000 




40 
390 


5,176 


Other 


10,767 




30,487 

1,459,031 
654 


430 
65,080 


14,527 
200,968 


80,951 
530,190 


6,555 
114,793 


67,943 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


118,046 
2,310 














Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


1,459,685 
199,718 

1,411,130 


65,080 
13,623 


200,968 
31,000 


530,190 
123,207 


114,793 
24,497 


120,356 
416,500 


Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds . 

Contributed capital 


65,039 


123,135 
18,863 


310,174 


103,729 


295,274 












1,610,848 


78,662 


172,998 


433,381 


128,226 


711,774 






Total 


3,101,020 


144,172 


388.493 


1.044.522 


249,574 


900.073 



B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

[ Sales of electric energy 

Other 


731,407 
49,344 


30,520 

1,442 


78,386 
38 


262,449 
2,581 


69,681 
709 


272,398 
13,353 




780,751 


31,962 


78,424 


265,030 


70.390 


285,751 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


494,261 

97,344 
95,770 
10,707 
41,398 


21,291 


42,880 


162,339 


43,778 


128,499 




33,728 


Operation and maintenance 


1,963 
4,139 


6,910 
11,424 

1,742 
6,398 


24,686 

18,578 

8,732 

18,301 


5,907 

8,050 

996 

3,846 


32,296 
30,886 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 
— depreciation 


6,955 


1,879 


22,423 














Total expense 


739,480 


29,272 


69,354 


232,636 


62,577 


254,787 


Net income or net expense 


41,271 


2,690 


9,070 


32.394 


7,813 


30,964 



Number of customers 



6,44') 



327 | 



646 



2,078 



488 



2,100 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



181 



Penetang- 

uishene 

5,145 


Perth 
5,682 


Peter- 
borough 
52,185 


Petrol ia 
3,793 


Pickering 
1.860 


Picton 
5.016 


Planta- 

genet* 

895 


Plattsville 
495 


Point 

Edward 

2,739 


S 
333,835 
137,899 


$ 
588,178 
198,122 


$ 
7,745,404 
2,310,678 


$ 
440,072 
140,697 


S 
145,317 
33,493 


S 
571,347 
173,087 


$ 

74,250 
18,000 


S 

54,662 
8,238 


$ 

317,325 
85,621 


195.936 

7,943 

75,000 


390,056 

1,395 

10.000 

4,878 


5,434,726 
249,432 


299,375 

17,875 
15,000 
10,245 


111,824 
12,562 


398.260 

19.388 
2,000 
2,754 


56,250 
4,557 


46,424 

13,232 

4,500 

384 


231,704 

33,257 

5,000 


2,721 


228,927 


11,545 


167 


3,661 


85,664 
2,180 


16,273 

17,444 


478,359 
73,801 


43,120 
21,692 


24,107 
210 


24,142 
17,955 


4,724 


18,116 
26 


41,918 
153 








348 




15,431 




2,643 


2,711 


1,426 




1,117 




17,444 
483,648 








2,528 
307,756 


89,232 
3,490,572 


21,692 
404,189 


2,853 
22,074 


20,666 
421,932 


1,426 


26 
64,301 


1,270 

472,451 








591.884 


907.421 


9.492,889 


768.376 


160.858 


865.000 


62.400 


128,867 


747,343 






1,607,300 

196,137 

12,790 




61,000 
6,317 
1,660 


50,000 
2,570 
11,608 


55,000 
2,754 
3,001 






589 
2,103 


1,883 
131 


6,192 
5,944 


238 


3,317 
2,384 








2,692 
307,756 


2,014 
483,648 


1,816,227 

3,490,572 
5,837 


12,136 
404,189 


68,977 

22,074 
232 


64,178 
421,932 


60,755 


238 
64,301 


5,701 
472,451 






















307,756 


483,648 
85,045 


3,496,409 
1,099,311 


404,189 
50,000 


22,306 
12,304 


421,932 
63,182 




64,301 
5,237 


472,451 


36,983 




17,000 








243,625 
828 


325,607 

11,107 


3,025,792 
55,150 


302,051 


57,051 

220 


315,708 


1,645 


59,091 


252,191 














281,436 


421,759 


4,180,253 


352,051 


69.575 


378,890 


1,645 


64,328 


269,191 


591.884 


907.421 


9.492 889 


768.376 


160.858 


865.000 


62.400 


128,867 


747.343 



140,610 
5,241 


267,885 
3,174 


2,693,423 
76,161 


176.934 
2,242 


64,554 
2,389 


236,924 
2,362 


29,787 
1,288 


40,848 
293 


278,462 
3,686 


145.851 


271.059 


2,769.584 


179.176 


66.943 


239.286 


31,075 


41.141 


282.148 


111,895 


199,003 


1,836,217 


91,516 


39,796 


171,601 


16,422 


31,085 


225,000 


16,661 
13,160 


15,624 
25,931 


291,681 
213,412 
172,425 
189,920 


30,458 
34,156 


3,605 
5,364 
6,520 
3,754 


21,067 

19,533 

4,932 

15,334 


2,126 
1,612 
4,096 
1,182 


713 
1,078 


7,510 
26,243 


9,864 


16,182 


11,286 


1,541 


8,504 




















151.580 


256.740 


2.703,655 


167.416 


59.039 


232.467 


25.438 


34.417 


267.257 


5,729 


14.319 


65.929 


11.760 


7.904 


6.819 


5,637 


6.724 


14.891 



1.414 



2.182 | 16,930 



1,368 



542 



1.849 | 246 | 202 | 871 

*9 Months Operation. 



182 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Port Arthur 
45,416 


Port 

Burwell 

684 


Port 

Colborne 
17,242 


Port Credit 
7,301 


Port Dover 
3,199 


Port Elgin 
2,063 








A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
6,589,563 
2,093,236 


$ 

95,078 
37,819 


$ 
1,593,000 
306,299 


$ 
918,693 
180,368 


$ 
359,103 
110,542 


$ 
290,825 
57,689 










4,496,327 

513,470 

99,208 

278,349 


57,259 
3,844 


1,286,701 

82,831 
10,000 
3,582 


738,325 

71,321 
13,500 
12,945 


248,561 
24,309 


233,136 
2,780 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Investment in government securities 






413 


6,395 


6,800 








891,027 

165,799 

6,293 


4,257 
158 


96,413 
15,369 


97,766 
10,746 


30,704 
30 


9,580 


OTHER ASSETS 


3,673 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . . 




1,026 


9,649 


3,435 




528 










172,092 
10,552,169 


1,184 
25,563 


25,018 
756,568 


14,181 
616,642 


30 
209,272 


4,201 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


143,348 


Total 


16,111,615 


88,263 


2,164,700 


1,466,914 


488,567 


390,265 






LIABILITIES 


302,000 
240,167 


25,700 

272 

3,702 


245,100 

7,883 

20,732 


30,200 
5,839 
8,444 


56,407 
2,886 
9,626 






3,888 


Other 


4,550 










542,167 

10,552,169 
102,175 


29,674 
25,563 


273,715 
756,568 


44,483 
616,642 


68,919 
209,272 


8,438 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


143,348 
















10,654,344 
674,317 

4,165,747 
75,040 


25,563 
14,300 


756,568 
270,560 


616,642 
106,901 


209,272 
52,121 


143,348 


CAPITAL 


37,787 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


18,726 


863,857 


692,801 
6,087 


158,255 


196,453 
4,239 














4,915,104 


33,026 


1,134,417 


805,789 


210,376 


238,479 






Total 


16,111,615 


88,263 


2,164,700 


1,466 914 


488,567 


390,265 



B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 


2,550,563 
66,460 


31,509 
131 


740,031 
8,012 


786,717 
16,972 


169,139 
1,636 


125,501 


Other 


2,491 








2,617,023 


31,640 


748,043 


803,689 


170,775 


127,992 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


1,590,902 

24,930 

225,205 

178,922 

35,343 

157,931 


13,293 


460,779 


632,031 


104,029 


73,552 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


7,656 
3,789 
2,912 
3,025 


60,843 
71,144 
25.667 
33,811 


29,868 

43,176 

3,218 

20,680 


20,469 

13,307 

6,861 

10,368 


12,977 
15,123 


— depreciation 


6,254 














2,213,233 


30,675 


652,244 


728,973 


155,034 


107,906 






Net income or net expense 


403,790 


965 


95,799 


74,716 


15,741 


20,086 


Number of customers 


14,394 


478 


5,289 


2,780 


1,665 


1,145 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



183 



Port Hope 
8,350 


Port 

McNicoIl 
1,199 


Port Perry 
2,371 


Port 

Rowan 

781 


Port 

Stanley 
1,370 


Prescott 
5,216 


Preston 
12,365 


Priceville 
138 


Princeton 
421 


$ 
986,330 
306,584 


$ 
114,075 
22,516 


$ 
185,600 
40,827 


$ 

83,714 
20,399 


$ 
210,442 
89,881 


$ 
399,142 
133,286 


1,538,171 
400,513 


$ 

17,521 
7,568 


$ 

39,916 
10,079 


679,746 
89,988 


91,559 

834 
25,625 
10,993 


144,773 

2,121 
7,000 
5,857 


63,315 
2,304 


120,561 

6,691 
9,000 
6,509 


265,856 

13,764 

20,000 

4,046 


1,137,658 
87,911 


9,953 

4,380 

5,500 

291 


29,837 

3,554 
3,000 


2,875 


226 


6,302 


271 


92,863 
34,906 


37,452 
1,785 


14,978 
1,451 


2,530 
31 


22,200 
596 


37,810 
8,121 


94,213 
38,657 


10,171 


6,825 








950 


3,057 


537 








1,915 


















35,856 


4,842 
87,721 


1,988 
137,122 


31 
42,802 


596 
197,797 


8,121 
359,875 


40,572 
1,227,346 






723,132 


6,038 


46,840 


1,531,597 


221,574 


298,861 


108,678 


341,154 


671,662 


2,499,789 


26,162 


83,502 


23,000 












124,400 

3,790 

49,419 


2,025 


750 


3,234 




6,620 
2,517 


4,832 
496 


5 
1,285 


1,089 
4,420 


35 


43,998 


492 


84 


286 


70,232 
723,132 


492 
87,721 


9,137 
137,122 


5,328 
42,802 


1,290 
197,797 


5,509 
359,875 


177,609 
1,227,346 


2,109 
6,038 


1,071 
46,840 




















723,132 
221,000 


87,721 
9,804 


137,122 
19,882 


42,802 
11,000 


197,797 
18,950 


359,875 
23,981 


1,227,346 
351,883 


6,038 
10,141 


46,840 
5,245 


517,233 


123,557 


132,720 


49,548 


123,117 


267,844 
14,453 


734,664 
8,287 


7,874 


30,346 
















738,233 


133,361 


152,602 


60,548 


142,067 


306,278 


1,094,834 


18,015 


35,591 


1,531,597 


221,574 


298,861 


108,678 


341,154 


671,662 


2,499,789 


26,162 


83,502 



441,969 
8,581 


58,323 
2,768 


94,203 
1,828 


24,527 
707 


80,671 
849 


195,084 
6,745 


598,417 
7,952 


4,365 
313 


17,802 
175 


450,550 


61,091 


96,031 


25,234 


81,520 


201,829 


606,369 


4,678 


17,977 


296,675 


43,474 


67,641 


15,170 


48,962 


151,956 


376,202 


2,097 


13,457 


42,879 
53,433 
18,096 


5,303 
4,912 


5,393 
8,475 


4,643 
1,630 


15,943 
10,798 


12,422 
17,667 


64,826 
39,963 
29,682 
39,517 


881 
427 
417 
626 


796 

1,110 

310 


24,018 


2,956 


5,097 


2,258 


6,683 


11,377 


1,189 




















435,101 


56,645 


86,606 


23,701 


82,386 


193.422 


550,190 


4,448 


16,862 


15,449 


4,446 


9,425 


1,533 


866 


8,407 


56,179 


230 


1,115 


2,893 


557 


866 


343 


1,154 


1,815 


3,868 


74 


171 



184 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Queenston 
524 


Rainy River 
1,009 


Red Rock 
1,941 


Renfrew 
8,550 


Richmond 
1,278 






Hill 
19,217 




A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

47,968 
11,497 


$ 
103,154 
56,175 


$ 
109,027 
35,856 


$ 
1,627,764 
406,235 


$ 
110,900 
17,222 


$ 
1,556,905 
310,728 










36,471 

4,005 

10,000 

1,948 


46,979 
45,953 


73,171 

8,751 

16,583 

654 


1,221,529 
30,980 


93,678 
21,876 


1,246,177 
167,348 


CURRENT ASSETS 






2,938 


3,961 


2,127 


30,314 








15,953 


48,891 
1,392 


25,988 
1,738 


34,941 
15,012 


24,003 


197,662 


OTHER ASSETS 


23,274 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 


473 






1,145 


1,833 


2,177 


88 


12,329 






Total other assets 


473 
41,156 


2,537 
5,975 


3,571 
55,235 


17,189 
223,240 


88 
38,910 


35,603 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


449,326 


Total 


94,053 


104,382 


157,965 


1,496,899 


156,679 


1,928,768 






LIABILITIES 






5,850 
208 
250 


129,278 

827 

11,986 


18,800 

95 

666 


530,030 




91 
240 


1,036 
515 


8,487 


Other 


47,505 






Total liabilities 


331 
41,156 


1,551 
5,975 


6,308 
55,235 


142,091 
223,240 


19,561 

38,910 
214 


586,022 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


449,326 














41,156 
9,500 

42,832 
234 


5,975 

26,087 


55,235 
25,350 


223,240 
641,958 


39,124 
16,087 


449,326 


CAPITAL 


187,438 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


70,769 


71,072 


489,610 


79,607 
2,300 


697,980 
8,002 














52,566 


96,856 


96,422 


1,131,568 


97,994 


893,420 






Total . . 


94,053 


104,382 


157,965 


1,496,899 


156,679 


1,928,768 






B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 


19,961 
905 


50,999 
2,021 


42,721 
1,214 


342,518 
2,077 


45,908 
691 


768,337 


Other 


30,220 








20,866 


53,020 


43,935 


344,595 


46,599 


798,557 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


15,781 

2,019 
1,251 

1,383 


26,810 


33,126 


188,088 
22,629 
24,522 
32,568 
19,790 
35,938 


30,884 


469,444 






Operation and maintenance 


8,085 
11,098 


2,271 
4,341 
2,223 
3,327 


2,146 
1,741 
1,976 
2,984 


57,856 
54,654 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 


60,459 


— depreciation 


3,567 


35,441 
















20,434 


49,560 


45,288 


323,535 


39,731 


677,854 






Net income or net expense 


432 


3,460 


2,353 


21,060 


6,868 


120,703 


Number of customers 


179 


425 


351 


2,774 


376 


5,314 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



185 



Ridgetown 
2,712 


Ripley 
458 


Riverside 
19,498 


Rockland 
3,549 


Rockwood 
807 


Rodney 
1,051 


Rosseau 
235 


Russell 
560 


St. 

Catharines 

86,974 


$ 
243,840 
51,684 


$ 

56,602 
9,179 


$ 
1,162,492 
327,466 


$ 
171,533 
31,198 


$ 

59,920 
12,201 


$ 

77,135 
28,879 


$ 

28,612 
7,612 


$ 

56,587 
12,277 


$ 
9,564,056 
1,937,477 


192,156 

9,305 
15,044 


47,423 

2,709 

8,000 

157 


835,026 
17,429 


140,335 
3,695 


47,719 

10,027 

1,500 

771 


48,256 

3,347 

1,200 

635 


21,000 

3,894 

2,500 

189 


44,310 

5,467 

5,000 

530 


7,626,579 
430,160 


4,092 


39,948 


4,783 


487,755 


28,441 


10,866 


57,377 
32,155 


8,478 
75 


12,298 
60 


5,182 
111 


6,583 


10,997 


917,915 
256,819 












2,090 


1,714 


3,817 


1,911 










42,501 














2,090 


1,714 
47,301 


35,972 
617,013 


1,986 
39,846 


60 
56,771 


111 
73,795 






299,320 


208,973 


19,682 


34,378 


7,505,532 


431,660 


107,304 


1,545,388 


190,645 


116,848 


127,344 


47,265 


89,685 


16,349,346 


34.529 




97,100 
10,371 
22,786 


35,000 
1,116 
4,555 


5,157 
161 
664 








15,000 


40 
6,947 


2,208 

443 


269 
655 


675 
43 


242 
52 


988,307 
88,198 


41,516 
208,973 


2,651 

47.301 


130,257 
617,013 


40,671 
39,846 


5,982 

56,771 


924 
73,795 


718 
19,682 


294 
34,378 


1,091,505 
7,505,532 




















208,973 
45,625 


47,301 
12,744 


617,013 
172,259 


39,846 
10,000 


56,771 

7,172 


73,795 
8,500 


19,682 
11,933 


34,378 
8,808 


7,505,532 
388,709 


135,546 


44,608 


625,859 


100,128 


46,923 


44,125 


14,932 


46,205 


7,119,844 
243,756 




















181,171 


57,352 


798,118 


110,128 


54,095 


52,625 


26,865 


55,013 


7,752,309 


431,660 


107,304 


1,545,388 


190,645 


116,848 


127,344 


47,265 


89,685 


16,349,346 



117,924 
2,881 


21,383 
423 


508,633 
9,773 


81,992 
515 


30,102 
324 


40,783 
578 


9,875 

228 


19,910 

184 


5,279,982 
68,872 


120,805 


21,806 


518,406 


82,507 


30,426 


41,361 


10,103 


20,094 


5,348,854 


74,103 


15,081 


311,908 


57,576 


17,542 


23,617 


6,170 


13,747 


3,928,419 


9,380 

12,846 

5,200 


888 
1,523 


59,997 
67,101 
12,050 
27,327 


7,313 
4,649 
2,766 
4,504 


1,090 

3,405 

589 

1,715 


6,501 
5,052 


1,197 
940 


692 
1,675 


330,197 

301,044 

30,780 


6,453 


1,524 


2,454 


886 


1,644 


224,808 




















107,982 


19,016 


478,383 


76,808 


24,341 


37,624 


9,193 


17,758 


4,815,248 


12,823 


2,790 


40,023 


5,699 


6,085 


3,737 


910 


2,336 


533,606 


1,114 


212 


5,827 


934 


303 


431 


129 


214 


27,619 



186 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





St. Clair 
Beach 
1,536 


St. George 
810 


St. Jacobs 
731 


St. Mary's 
4,646 


St. Thomas 
22,549 






East Twp. 
22,345 






A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
115,326 
35,205 


$ 

63,086 
12,076 


$ 

65,263 
16,402 


$ 
672,599 
170,424 


$ 
2,587,725 
752,003 


$ 
1,765,144 




516,331 








80,121 

22,035 

320 


51,010 

5,409 

6,000 

12 


48,861 

8,304 
5,000 
1,393 


502,175 

78,068 

42,500 

2,735 


1,835,722 

62,454 
35,000 
89,096 


1,248,813 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investment in government securities 


51,101 
192,489 
34,587 








22,355 


11,421 
90 


14,697 


123,303 
19,092 


186,550 
71,344 


278,177 


OTHER ASSETS 


48,510 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 














4,830 


37,472 
















90 
68,649 




19,092 
749,597 


76,174 
2,274,119 


85,982 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems 


52,957 


87,671 


341,313 


Total 


155,433 


131,170 


151,229 


1,394,167 


4.372,565 


1,954,285 


LIABILITIES 


1,174 
400 






26,313 

5 

7,122 


182,000 

78 

64,785 


756,000 




2,359 

785 




51,014 


Other 




45,537 










1,574 
52,957 


3,144 
68,649 




33,440 
749,597 


246.863 
2,274,119 


852,551 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


87,671 


341,313 














Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


52,957 
17,694 

76,852 
6,356 


68,649 
6,000 


87,671 
6,000 


749,597 
163,894 


2,274,119 
156,786 


341,313 
280,257 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


53.179 
198 


57,558 


445,329 
1,907 


1,694,797 


433,960 
46,204 












100,902 


59,377 


63,558 


611,130 


1,851,583 


760,421 






Total 


155,433 


131,170 


151,229 


1,391,167 


4,372,565 


1,954,285 


B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 

Other 


45,343 
659 


31,404 
618 


36,324 
214 


626,625 
5,485 


1,181,195 
14,805 


712,507 
10,959 




46 002 


32,022 


36,538 


632,110 


1,196.000 


723,466 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


28,006 

4,063 
5,562 

737 
3,717 


24,130 


25,770 


532,685 


717,493 


346,986 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 


3,161 

2,408 


2,317 
2,007 


24,149 

27,507 

5,214 

16,773 


187,531 

100,632 

16,396 

67,123 


97,312 
104,930 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 


85,923 


— depreciation 

— other 


1,593 


1,910 


45,250 
















42,085 


31,292 


32,004 


606,328 


1,089,175 


680,401 






Net income or net expense 


3,917 


730 


4,534 


25,782 


106,825 


43,065 




442 


290 


265 


1,724 


8,195 


6,577 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



187 



Sandwich 

West Twp. 

31,334 


Sarnia 
50,979 


Scarborough 

Twp. 

251,675 


Schreiber 
Twp. 
2,184 


Seaforth 
2,278 


Shelburne 
1,315 


Simcoe 
9,853 


Sioux 

Lookout 

2,685 


Smith's 
Falls 
9.749 


$ 
2,666,304 
666,390 


$ 
6,741,037 
1,682,932 


$ 

26,208,524 

4,948,663 


$ 
173,604 
45,785 


$ 
324,862 
61,881 


$ 
143,105 
50,621 


$ 
983,486 
279,591 


$ 
266,184 
59,408 


$ 
988,730 
294,223 


1,999,914 

167,288 


5,058,105 
171,046 


21,259,861 

1,154,495 
326,000 
551,651 


127,819 

15,236 

20,000 

2,344 


262,981 

14,755 
9,000 
4,861 


92,484 

18,619 

14,000 

1,620 


703,895 
30,360 


206,776 

38,515 
5,000 
2,168 


694,507 

60,142 
20,000 


43,077 


161,328 


6,999 


7,921 


210,365 
31,064 


332,374 
185,172 


2,032,146 

253,853 

1,573,404 

184,776 


37,580 
1,681 


28,616 

471 


34,239 
426 


37,359 
963 


45,683 
7,851 


88,063 
22,847 


60,899 


103,971 




759 




36,944 


36 


6 










91,963 
629,149 


289,143 
6,471,729 


2,012,033 
6,482,028 


1,681 
73,495 


1,230 
250,278 


426 
116,711 


37,907 
763,349 


7,887 
18,817 


22,853 
770,992 


2,931,391 


12,151,351 


31,786,068 


240,575 


543,105 


243,860 


1,542,510 


279,163 


1,576,415 


893,200 


769,800 
60,676 
143,751 


9,100,251 
985,117 
698,941 




17,500 

12,890 

4,156 










8,835 


39 


525 

211 


2,926 
13,019 


108 
4,365 




136,305 










1,038,340 


974,227 
6,471,729 


10,784,309 
6,482,028 


39 
73,495 


34,546 
250,278 


736 
116,711 


15,945 
763,349 


4,473 
18,817 




629,149 


770,992 




















629,149 
402,300 


6,471,729 
746,592 


6,482,028 

2,817,488 
1,573,404 

9,511,945 
616,894 


73,495 
50,000 


250,278 
56,940 


116,711 
16,991 


763,349 
75,435 


18,817 


770,992 
147,662 








861,602 


3,883,606 
75,197 


117,041 


200,841 
500 


109,422 


687,188 
593 


255,873 


657,761 












1,263,902 


4,705,395 


14,519,731 


167,041 


258,281 


126,413 


763,216 


255,873 


805,423 


2,931,391 


12,151,351 


31,786,068 


240,575 


543,105 


243,860 


1,542,510 


279,163 


1,576,415 



1,184,843 
16,738 


6,843,275 

56,467 


10,404,175 
433,532 


84,428 
1,398 


109,613 
2,066 


61,101 
1,006 


502,572 
11,249 


137,694 
1,192 


500,832 
3,188 


1,201,581 


6,899,742 


10,837,707 


85,826 


111,679 


62,107 


513,821 


138,886 


504,020 


702,413 


5,592,156 


6,929,536 


56,356 


65,481 


41,695 


376,180 


87,050 


323,823 


172,642 
90,475 
108,163 


401,861 

309,015 

68,398 

156,102 


703,775 
594,774 
952,293 
607,197 


5,801 
9,883 


11,434 

11,299 

3,487 

7,530 


2,996 
6,277 


41,919 
28,449 


20,595 
18,214 


40,644 
34,467 


68,067 


4,885 


4,566 


23,692 


6,937 


26,769 




















1,141,760 


6,527,532 


9,787,575 


76,925 


99,231 


55,534 


470,240 


132,796 


425,703 


59,821 


372,210 


1,050,132 


8,901 


12,448 


6,573 


43,581 


6,090 


78,317 


8,617 


15,559 


72,393 


681 


916 


608 


3,657 


953 


3,480 



188 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Smithville 
899 


Southamp- 
ton 
1,848 


South 

River 

962 


Springfield 
506 


Stayner 
1,695 


Stirling 
1,364 






A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

97,111 
21,756 


$ 
257,758 
57,097 


$ 
144,777 
46,544 


$ 

45,310 
17,591 


$ 
163,818 
31,623 


$ 
156,157 


Accumulated depreciation 


42,776 




75,355 

2,660 

3,000 

550 


200,661 

10,024 

10,080 

1,129 


98,233 
10,391 


27,719 

5,894 
500 

274 


132,195 

3,792 
1,000 
1,175 


113,381 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investment in government securities 


6,729 


197 


431 








6,210 


21,233 
7,055 


10,588 


6,668 


5,967 
82 


7,160 


OTHER ASSETS 


908 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 










196 


8,939 




313 
















7,251 
135,899 


8,939 

4,411 




395 
106,531 


908 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


50,241 


39,757 


84,086 


Total 


131,806 


365,044 


122,171 


74,144 


245,088 


205,535 






LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 

Accounts payable 


733 
343 


1,451 

26 

1,537 


82,000 
3,214 
5,725 






4,281 


696 
385 


3,151 
1,123 


247 


Other 


1,593 






Total liabilities 


1,076 
50,241 


3,014 
135,899 


90,939 

4,411 


1,081 
39,757 


4,274 
106,531 


6,121 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


84,086 
















50,241 
15,000 

64,465 
1,024 


135,899 
41,072 


4,411 
8,000 


39,757 
9,500 


106,531 
9,557 


84,086 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


18,719 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


185,059 


18,821 


23,806 


124,726 


96,609 
















80,489 


226,131 


26,821 


33,306 


134,283 


115,328 






Total 


131,806 


365,044 


122,171 


74,144 


245,088 


205,535 



B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 

Other 


47,940 
1,282 


105,483 
3,461 


41,729 
22 


14,128 
103 


62,919 
1,090 


59,602 
860 


Total revenue 


49,222 


108,944 


41,751 


14,231 


64,009 


60,462 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


29,746 

6,582 

7,754 

2,325 


67,858 


17,658 


9,425 


46,247 


42,690 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


18,063 
8,744 
1,516 
5,718 


2,555 
5,482 
7,980 
3,748 


586 
1,038 


3,981 
5,432 


6,493 
5,696 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 


692 


— depreciation 

— other 


1,530 


4,237 


4,093 














Total expense 


46,407 


101,899 


37,423 


12,579 


59,897 


59,664 






Net income or net expense 


2,815 


7,045 


4,328 


1,652 


4,112 


798 


Number of customers 


384 


1,271 


328 


181 


704 


561 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



189 



Stoney 
Creek 
6,753 


Stouffville 
3,656 


Stratford 
21,774 


Strathroy 
5,412 


Streetsville 
5,697 


Sturgeon 
Falls 
6,690 


Sudbury 
78,061 


Sunderland 
600 


Sundridge 
758 


$ 
447,313 
98,705 


$ 
317,165 
63,953 


$ 
3,413,713 
585,045 


$ 
665,080 
213,503 


$ 
424,200 
87,652 


$ 
456,024 
98,962 


$ 
7,746,930 
1,935,448 


$ 

55,711 
14,664 


$ 

83,505 
15,402 


348,608 
41,833 


253,212 
54,699 


2,828,668 

53,955 
155,000 
54,418 


451,577 
14,531 


336,548 
96,998 


357,062 
13,751 


5,811,482 

1,019,031 

50,000 

185,692 


41,047 

14,186 

2,000 

221 


68,103 

5,745 
19,000 


1,376 


4,503 


9,318 


3,169 


8,659 


716 


43,209 
84 


59,202 
209 


263,373 
116,095 


23,849 
2,074 


100,167 

427 


22,410 


1,254,723 
71,108 


16,407 
60 


25,461 
641 










1,975 


42,414 


1,529 


821 


9,746 


42,181 


50 


2,047 






84 
173,044 


2,184 
169,488 


158,509 
2,545,431 


3,603 

458,322 


1,248 
161,869 


9,746 
42,739 


113,289 
541,809 


110 
47,456 


2,688 
19,214 


564,945 


484,086 


5,795,981 


937,351 


599,832 


431,957 


7,721,303 


105,020 


115,466 


27,837 


54,892 
2,436 
3,075 


820,500 

212,470 

61,983 


73,400 
2,996 
7,935 


87,772 

1,548 

12,183 


132,400 
15,676 
21,601 


1,610,500 

44,991 

152,721 




18,152 


2,229 
8,482 


1,415 
105 


509 

146 


38,548 
173,044 


60,403 
169,488 


1,094,953 
2,545,431 


84,331 
458,322 


101,503 

161.869 
790 


169,677 
42,739 


1,808,212 

541,809 
2,410 


1,520 
47,456 


18,807 
19,214 
















173,044 
50,623 


169,488 
29,029 


2,545,431 
505,300 


458,322 
70,041 


162,659 
65,563 


42,739 
42,600 


544,219 
1,124.417 


47,456 
4,628 


19,214 
16,848 


298,249 
4,481 


214,867 
10,299 


1,627,930 
22,367 


322,901 
1,756 


253,728 
16,379 


176,941 


4,244,455 


51,416 


60,597 












353,353 


254,195 


2,155,597 


394,698 


335,670 


219,541 


5,368,872 


56,044 


77,445 


564 945 


484.086 


5.795.981 


937.351 


599,832 


431.957 


7,721,303 


105,020 


115 466 



246,867 
8,973 


161,203 

7,010 


1,200,674 
41,344 


311,935 

1,450 


222,061 
5,588 


202,101 
4,288 


3,083,660 
208,184 


24,327 

445 


32,495 
1,136 


255,840 


168,213 


1,242,018 


313,435 


227,649 


206,389 


3,291,844 


24,772 


33,631 


172,962 


99,488 


721,856 


188,415 


157,175 


122,694 


1,725,556 


16,919 


20,213 


13,601 

32,255 

5,796 


9,959 

14,992 

5,837 

7,362 


154,689 

107,144 

66,102 

66,675 


35,106 

33,603 

8,333 

17,159 


12,703 
17,033 
10,155 
11,338 


21,140 
26,677 
14,217 
10,653 


467,463 
376,201 
143,147 
170,574 


1,415 
1,934 


3,392 
3,127 
2,809 


10,786 


1,594 


2,105 




















235,400 


137.638 


1,116,466 


282,616 


208,404 


195,381 


2,882,941 


21,862 


31,646 


20,440 


30,575 


125,552 


30,819 


19,245 


11,008 


408,903 


2,910 


1,985 


2,145 


1,291 


7,514 


1,936 


1,555 


1,713 


25,075 


269 


316 



190 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Sutton 
1,423 


Swansea 
9,322 


Tara 
521 


Tavistock 
1,206 


Tecumseh 
4,531 






920 






A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
169,757 
18,537 


$ 
856,933 
285,170 


$ 

55,972 
14,550 


$ 
154,266 
67,520 


$ 
282,113 
106,279 


$ 
106,524 




20,231 








151,220 

8,223 
2,000 
4,405 


571,763 
183,226 


41,422 

3,733 

8,000 

183 


86,746 
37,657 


175,834 
27,582 


86,293 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investment in government securities 


740 
3,500 


3,179 


900 


8.151 


138 








14,628 


186,405 
14,963 


11,916 
269 


38,557 
324 


35,733 
19,213 


4,378 


OTHER ASSETS 




Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 






2,472 


254 






















17,435 
670,586 


523 
52,216 


324 
194,569 


19,213 
173,374 




Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


129,737 


80,401 


Total 


295,585 


1,446,189 


106,077 


320,196 


404,154 


171,072 






LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 




25,800 
3,052 
17,475 




15,288 

119 

1,187 








3,383 
1,336 


243 
180 


3,099 
2,630 




Other 


94 






Total liabilities 


4,719 
129,737 


46,327 
670,586 


423 
52,216 


16,594 
194,569 


5,729 
173,374 


94 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


80,401 














Total reserves 


129,737 
26,000 

108,847 
26,282 


670,586 
222,076 


52,216 
14,263 


194,569 
19,997 


173,374 
26,000 


80,401 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


21,296 


Local sinking fund 




Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds . 

Contributed capital 


506,750 
450 


39,175 


89,036 


195,977 
3,074 


69,281 










Total capital 


161,129 


729,276 


53,438 


109,033 


225,051 


90,577 






Total 


295,585 


1,446,189 


106,077 


320,196 


404,154 


171,072 


B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 

Other 


92,325 
894 


411,241 
24,219 


29,040 
633 


57,195 
3,160 


121,740 
2,276 


46,419 
229 






Total revenue 


93,219 


435,460 


29,673 


60,355 


124,016 


46,648 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


58,669 

11,242 
9,929 

5,332 


269,895 


21,557 


37,784 


67,705 


38,086 


Local generation 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


58,824 
43,437 
13,728 
21,079 


2,127 
1,990 


5,258 
4,618 
2,260 
3,959 


17,243 
18,686 


2,080 
3,035 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 


— depreciation 

— other 


1,591 


8,478 


2,891 














Total expense 


85,172 


406,963 


27,265 


53,879 


112,112 


46 092 






Net income or net expense 


8,047 


28,497 


2,408 


6,476 


11,904 


556 


Number of customers 


930 


3,599 


249 


516 


1,338 


378 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



191 



Terrace 
Bay Twp. 

1.949 


Thamesford 
1,287 


Thamesville 
970 


Thedford 
711 


Thessalon 
1,686 


Thornbury 
1,171 


Thorndale 
405 


Thornton 
458 


Thorold 
8,730 


$ 
279,335 
51,809 


$ 
115,419 
28,536 


$ 
121,138 
42,602 


$ 

68,727 
17,024 


$ 
161,360 
35,726 


$ 
194,963 
26,536 


$ 

39,281 
15,790 


$ 

25,674 
9,302 


$ 
739,185 
181,966 


227.526 
28,024 


86,883 

898 

5,000 

237 


78,536 

10,577 

11,851 

655 


51,703 

6,012 
3,000 
2,753 


125,634 
14,400 


168,427 

8,115 
3,895 
5,780 


23,491 

6,849 
3,000 
1,361 


16,372 
1,376 


557,219 
146,321 


387 


2,479 


149 


6,105 


28,411 


6,135 


23,083 
290 


11,765 
14 


16,879 


17,790 
4,146 


11,210 


1,525 


152,426 
19,143 
















4,646 






3,693 


454 


416 


17 


4,720 












4,646 
88,894 


290 
98,043 


14 
60,405 


3,693 
12,965 


4,600 
45,149 


416 
37,061 


17 
17,831 


23,863 


108,229 


982,222 


364,166 


186,558 


199,952 


123,887 


159,171 


235,966 


72,178 


35,745 


1,715,730 


23,400 


1,400 

1,070 

825 






42,500 
2,114 
3,213 


15,300 
569 
235 






69,217 


1,251 


539 
1,485 


779 
349 


221 

178 


130 
83 


2,274 
10,320 






24,651 
108,229 


3,295 

88,894 


2,024 
98,043 


1,128 
60,405 


47,827 
12,965 


16,104 
45,149 


399 
37,061 


213 
17,831 


81,811 
932,222 




















108,229 
54,600 


88,894 
6,958 


98,043 
11,188 


60,405 
16,500 


12,965 
22,500 


45,149 
70,700 


37,061 
3,086 


17,831 
7,200 


9S2.222 
60,783 


176,686 


87,191 
220 


88,697 


45,298 
556 


75,879 


101,781 
2,232 


31,632 


10,501 


589,774 
1,140 














231,286 


94,369 


99,885 


62,354 


98,379 


174,713 


34,718 


17,701 


651,697 


364,166 


186 558 


199,952 


123,887 


159,171 


235,966 


72,178 


35,745 


1.715730 



86.649 
4,247 


62,593 
2,279 


53,265 
1,947 


32,551 
215 


73,657 

57 


84,418 
943 


15,613 

827 


8,881 


838,374 
2,932 








90,896 


64,872 


55,212 


32,766 


73,714 


85,361 


16,440 


8,881 


841,306 


55,175 


44,354 


37,527 


23,444 


34,820 


50,148 


10,331 


5,620 


606,943 


3,238 
7,301 
4,924 


4,479 

4,403 

255 

2,862 


4,586 
6,382 


1,765 
2,551 


5,935 

11,592 

5,005 

4,392 


8,360 
6,523 
2,782 
4,403 


1,390 
1,850 


595 

657 


50,637 

37,887 

9,439 


6,870 


3,554 


1,935 


1,280 


895 


18,152 




















77,508 


56,353 


52,049 


29,695 


61,744 


72,216 


14,851 


7,767 


723,058 


13,388 


8,519 


3,163 


3,071 


11,970 


13,145 


1,589 


1,114 


118,248 


457 


434 


443 


304 


534 


567 


138 


104 


2,613 



192 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Tilbury 
3,178 


Tillsonburg 
6,795 


Toronto 
655,022 


Toronto 
Twp. 
76,066 


Tottenham 
780 






14,112 






A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
312,516 
108,469 


$ 
929,938 
184,112 


$ 
106,766,353 
30,398,213 


$ 

10,417,419 

1,774,208 


$ 

51,566 
18,106 


$ 
1,734,106 


Accumulated depreciation 


481,005 




204,047 

1,188 

10,000 
4,985 


745,826 
68,385 


76,368,140 

1,817,153 
4,336,220 
4,575,972 


8,643,211 

772,920 

8,000 

233,613 


33,460 

2,434 

15,112 

2,619 


1,253,101 


CURRENT ASSETS 


67,096 


Investment in government securities 


10,000 


9,728 


41,571 








16,173 
307 

475 


78,113 
15,529 


10,729,345 

2,239,082 
1,867,283 
4,097,191 


1,014,533 
330,774 


20,165 
393 


118,667 


OTHER ASSETS 


32,144 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 






4,003 


102,710 


59 


300 








782 
273,516 


19,532 
507,433 


8,203,556 
95,610,336 


433,484 
2,796,161 


452 
59,209 


32,444 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


1,148,170 


Total 


494,518 


1,350,904 


190,911,377 


12,887,389 


113,286 


2,552,382 






LIABILITIES 


27,500 
8,883 
12,827 


51,100 
14,238 
23,918 


12,231,050 

2,186,333 

695,690 


771,501 
634,947 
366,524 








2 
728 


188,059 


Other 


16,037 








49,210 
273,516 


89,256 
507,433 


15,113,073 

95,610,336 

470,788 


1,772,972 
2,796,161 


730 
59,209 


204,096 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


1,148,170 












Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


273,516 
36,500 

135,292 


507,433 
157,056 


96,081,124 

32,696,935 
1,867,283 

43,240,502 
1,912,460 


2,796,161 
815,699 


59,209 
21,435 


1,148,170 
164,587 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


597,159 


5,760,131 
1,742,426 


31,912 


1,031,744 
3,785 












Total capital 


171,792 


754,215 


79,717,180 


8,318,256 


53,347 


1,200,116 






Total . 


494,518 


1,350,904 


190,911,377 


12,887,389 


113,286 


2,552,382 


B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 


117,547 
1,996 


409,820 
7,170 


41,804,694 
907,864 


5,250,547 
112,221 


25,981 
483 


805,361 


Other 


24,032 






Total revenue 


119,543 


416,990 


42,712,558 


5,362,768 


26,464 


829,393 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


73,509 

9,775 
17,916 

5,112 
8,532 


261,540 


24,686,383 


3,504,152 


17,937 


617,343 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


50,224 

31,052 

8,413 

20,729 


5,914,397 
4,632,285 
1,185,144 
2,668,220 
9,360 


320,058 
349,007 
153,577 
233,845 


2,915 
2,748 


51,335 
65,316 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 


2,362 


—depreciation 

— other 


1,439 


42,908 












Total expense 


114,844 


371,958 


39,095,789 


4,560,639 


25,039 


779,264 






Net income or net expense 


4,699 


45,032 


3,616,769 


802,129 


1,425 


50,129 


Number of customers 


1,070 


2,653 


213,819 


21,809 


281 


4,504 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



193 



Tweed 
1,708 


Uxbridge 
2,549 


Vankleek 
Hill 
1,727 


Victoria 

Harbour 

1,048 


Walkerton 
4,176 


Wallaceburg 
10,227 


Wardsville 
303 


Warkworth 
529 


Wasaga 

Baach 

462 


$ 
181,841 
42,096 


$ 
264,546 
58,595 


$ 
156,005 
43,692 


$ 

85,493 
18,420 


$ 
405,805 
73,094 


$ 
997,693 
363,736 


$ 

35,330 
10,679 


$ 

54,466 
14,395 


$ 
188,424 
60,222 


139,745 


205,951 

6,245 
2,901 
1,272 


112,313 

4,210 

30,000 

468 


67,073 
4,123 


332,711 

5,608 

6,000 

688 


633,957 
25,416 


24,651 

7,245 

1,500 

259 


40,071 
3,035 


128,202 
39,761 


11,000 




798 


4,025 


51,922 


431 


3,544 


11,798 


10,418 
3,761 


34,678 


8,148 
457 


12,296 
14,447 


77,338 
146,177 


9,004 


3,466 


43,305 
98 












160 


729 


1,846 


98 


243 


115,015 




575 


3,000 








160 


4,490 
160,032 


1,846 
25,607 


555 
38,176 


14,690 
250,654 


261,192 
1,203,956 




575 
30,118 


3,098 


105,633 


24,149 


33,364 


257,336 


380,891 


174,444 


113,952 


610,351 


2,176,443 


57,804 


74,230 


207,969 




30,000 
5,055 
3,010 


25,700 

6 

2,025 


6,300 

1,286 

280 








6,354 
814 
234 


41,500 


7,287 
704 


11,348 

3,440 


936 
9,194 


110 
160 


539 
3,956 


7,991 
1C5,633 


38,065 
160,032 


27,731 
25,607 


7,866 
38,176 


14,788 
250,654 


10,130 
1,203,956 


270 
24,149 


7,402 
30,118 


45,995 
33,364 




















105,633 
19,000 


160,032 
15,364 


25,607 
20,300 


38,176 
12,579 


250,654 
56,748 


1,203,956 
71,537 


24,149 
7,563 


30,118 
8,418 


33,364 
68,500 


124,712 


167,430 


100,806 


55,331 


288,161 


890,820 


22,832 
2,990 


28,292 


59,439 
671 


















143,712 


182,794 


121,106 


67,910 


344,909 


962,357 


33,385 


36,710 


128,610 


257,336 


380.891 


174,444 


113.952 


610 351 


2 176 443 


57,804 


74 230 


207,969 



76,638 
3,039 


128,143 
2,753 


55,256 
2,404 


39,934 
109 


198,866 
4,102 


500,408 
8,511 


12,941 
188 


19,156 

274 


70,230 
1,968 


79,677 


130,896 


57,660 


40,043 


202,968 


508,919 


13,129 


19,430 


72,198 


56,999 


95,743 


31,050 


23,233 


148,273 


382,492 


8,024 


12,524 


36,235 


4,959 
6,214 


13,480 

9,956 

806 

5,718 


4,497 
5,133 
3,560 
4,638 


4,066 
3,636 
1,224 
2,426 


15,235 
19,369 


32,626 
47,379 


805 
835 


1,665 

1,567 

642 

1,622 


5,887 

11,308 

7,684 


5,020 


8,931 


28,597 


1,093 


5,616 




















73,192 


125,703 


48,878 


34,585 


191,808 


491,094 


10,757 


18,020 


66,730 


6,485 


5,193 


8,782 


5,458 


11,160 


17,825 


2,372 


1,410 


5,468 


667 


925 


569 


535 


1,444 


2,776 


152 


234 


1,023 



194 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Waterdovvn 
1,898 


Waterford 
2,380 


Waterloo 
25,478 


Watford 
1,264 


Waubau- 
shene 
1,450 




Population 


598 


A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

186,839 
45,051 


$ 
182,571 
50,241 


$ 
3,320,973 
658,317 


$ 
110,975 
40,580 


$ 

66,043 
12,701 


$ 
45,200 


Accumulated depreciation 


7,770 




141,788 

11,477 

1,632 


132,330 
12,289 


2,662,656 
19,915 


70,395 

10,107 

18,150 

2,536 


53,342 
3,492 


37,430 
8,309 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investment in government securities 
Accounts receivable (net) 


1,437 


20,963 


1,035 


455 








13,109 


13,726 
412 


40,878 
104,880 


30,793 
354 


4,527 

442 


8,764 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventory of stores 

Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 


176 


642 




5,029 


1,691 


134 




2,269 










642 
114,290 


5,441 
155,996 


106,571 
1,659,809 


488 
151,163 


442 
33,876 


2,445 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


2,219 


Total 


269,829 


307,493 


4,469,914 


252,839 


92,187 


59,858 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


20,000 

621 

1,392 


27,500 

7 

3,443 


804,000 
87,990 
91,130 






19,251 


282 
816 


595 

20 


34 


Other 


610 








22,013 
114,290 


30,950 
155,996 


983,120 
1,659,809 


1,098 
151,163 


615 
33,876 


19,895 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


2,219 
















114,290 
17,632 

112,784 
3,110 


155,996 
14,623 


1,659,809 
570,627 


151,163 
9,056 


33,876 
3,242 


2,219 


CAPITAL 


10,750 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


101,493 
4,431 


1,154,178 
102,180 


91,522 


54,454 


17,994 










Total capital 


133,526 


120,547 


1,826,985 


100,578 


57,696 


28,744 






Total 


269,829 


307,493 


4469,914 


252,839 


92,187 


50,858 







B. OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 

Other 


75,069 
1,605 


97,584 
575 


1,349,762 
13,672 


84,680 
1,641 


26,311 
256 


17,026 
190 


Total revenue 


76,674 


98,159 


1,363,434 


86,321 


26,567 


17,216 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


44,699 

10,224 
7,466 
2,052 
4,968 


59,760 


831,709 


63,405 


16,521 


7,661 






Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


13,692 
6,907 
2,920 
4,952 


125,218 
90,821 

124,178 
73,883 


4,723 
11,740 


2,972 

2,270 


1,860 
2,970 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 

— depreciation 

— other 


2,616 


3,203 


1,876 


1,225 














Total expense 


69,409 


88,231 


1,245,809 


83,071 


23,639 


16,332 






Net income or net expense 


7,265 


9,928 


117,625 


3,250 


2,928 


884 


Number of customers 


603 


864 


8,038 


523 


468 


156 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



195 



Welland 
36,926 


Wellesley 
675 


Wellington 
1,004 


West Ferris 
Twp. 
6,215 


West Lome 
1,115 


Weston 
10,214 


Westport 
677 


Wheatley 
1,403 


$ 
3.681,984 
1,050,985 


$ 

69,227 

12,167 


$ 

90,600 

28,792 


$ 
784,408 
137,132 


$ 

136,323 
47,567 


$ 
1,577,650 
374,906 


$ 

50,408 
7,809 


$ 

182,505 
43,654 


2,630,999 

360,940 
21,000 


57,060 

10,377 

1,000 
14 


61,808 

3,856 
7,000 

387 


647,276 
31,517 


88,756 

15,302 

14,891 

1,295 


1,202,744 
81,113 


42,599 

2,888 

3,500 

17 


138,851 
18,728 


93,315 


12,888 


12,532 


592 


475,255 
42,367 


11,391 
67 


11,243 
850 


44,405 
10,965 


31,488 
359 


93,645 

26,035 

50,256 

4,601 


6,405 


19,320 

904 








27,243 






11,864 


199 




100 












69,610 


67 
65,300 


850 
76,403 


22,829 
50,776 


558 
145,838 


80,892 
1,247,930 




1,004 


2,234,072 


42,232 


103,001 


5,409,936 


133,818 


150,304 


765,286 


266,640 


2,625,211 


91,236 


262,176 


1,368,000 


2,600 
2,593 

441 




330,500 
12,373 

57,448 




140,213 
18,330 
31,878 




10,778 


57,619 
63,415 


3,122 
920 


14 
170 


1 
294 


15 
2,181 


1,489,034 
2,234,072 


5,634 
65,300 


4,042 
76,403 


400,321 
50,776 


184 
145,838 


190,421 

1,247,930 
139 


295 
42,232 


12,974 
103,001 
















2,234,072 
518,096 


65,300 
9,828 


76,403 
13,816 


50,776 
107,000 


145,838 
8,000 


1,248,069 

163,255 
50,256 

965,734 

7,476 


42,232 
15,000 


103,001 
41,222 


1,166,368 
2,366 


53,056 


46.551 
9,492 


183,623 
23,566 


112,618 


33,709 


104,979 












1,686,830 


62,884 


69,859 


314,189 


120,618 


1,186,721 


48,709 


146,201 


5,409,936 


133.818 


150 304 


765 286 


266,640 


2,625,211 


91,236 


262,176 



1.829,938 
22,870 


27,618 
179 


42,563 
1,080 


305,540 
10,836 


70,536 
5,314 


630,410 
28,013 


26,175 
446 


69,032 
601 


1.852,808 


27,797 


43,643 


316,376 


75,850 


658,423 


26,621 


69,633 


1,194,412 


18,183 


27,548 


175,566 


50,926 


409,092 


19,375 


41,961 


122,615 
156,898 
129,817 


1,261 

2,230 

466 

1,834 


3,798 

3,404 

235 

2,586 


24,327 
36,642 
38,765 
16,764 


6,509 
9,524 


56,075 
78,303 
20,072 
33,973 


1,642 
3,345 


6,877 
6,341 
3,595 


98,061 


3,737 


1,212 


4,958 


















1,701,803 


23,974 


37,571 


292,064 


70,696 


597,515 


25.574 


63,732 


151,005 


3,823 


6,072 


24,312 


5,154 


60,908 


1,047 


5,901 


11,258 


304 


493 


2,208 


453 


4,014 


301 


531 



196 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Whitby 
14,243 


Wiarton 
2,030 


Williams- 
burg 
329 


Winchester 
1,431 


Windermere 
111 






113,459 






A. BALANCE SHEETS 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
1,541,960 
268,719 


$ 
163,964 
44,988 


$ 

29,380 
10,487 


$ 
135,401 
38,497 


$ 

43,553 
8,482 


$ 
14,549,098 


Accumulated depreciation 


4,609,211 




1,273,241 

12,377 
10,000 
17,246 


118,976 

9,975 

20,000 
1,945 


18,893 

4,406 

5,000 

87 


96,904 
23,512 


35,071 

647 

4,880 

51 


9,939,887 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investment in government securities 


3,975 
1,952,609 


3,567 


529,897 








39,623 
32,247 


31,920 
8,023 


9,493 


27,079 


5,578 


2,486,481 


OTHER ASSETS 


273,884 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 










342 




1,200 




16,552 












32,247 
668,661 


8,365 
137,763 




1,200 
130,690 




290,436 


Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems .... 


33,532 


18,146 


14,384,650 


Total 


2,013,772 


297,024 


61,918 


255,873 


58,795 


27,101,454 






LIABILITIES 


224,000 

5,720 

57,338 














21 
167 




1,983 

10 


1,573 


409,988 


Other 


508 


191,519 








Total liabilities 


287,058 
668,661 


188 
137,763 


508 
33,532 


1,993 

130,690 


1,573 
18,146 


601,507 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro Systems . . 
Other 


14,384,650 
273,225 
















668,661 
237,012 

815,094 
5,947 


137,763 
37,400 


33,532 

2,750 


130,690 
29,162 


18,146 
11,238 


14,657,875 


CAPITAL 


2,583,832 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


121,673 


25,128 


94,028 


27,838 


9,258,240 
















1,058,053 


159,073 


27,878 


123,190 


39,076 


11,842,072 






Total 


2,013.772 


297,024 


61,918 


255,873 


58,795 


27,101,454 







B OPERATING STATEMENTS 

REVENUE 

Sales of electric energy 

Other 


745,362 
25,450 


91,958 
3,977 


15,083 
356 


75,284 

547 


10,594 
623 


5,187,112 
112,017 




770,812 


95,935 


15,439 


75,831 


11,217 


5,299,129 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


506,448 

63,097 
71,968 
51,712 
31,339 


63,527 


11,817 


60,441 


7,409 


3,235,687 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


12,274 
6,515 


440 
1,376 


4,393 

4,579 


1,125 
719 


707,087 
498,994 


Fixed charges — interest and principal 


12,848 


— depreciation 

— other 


4,017 


939 


4,043 


1,226 


373,372 
















724,564 


86,333 


14,572 


73,456 


10,479 


4,827,988 






Net income or net expense 


46,248 


9,602 


867 


2,375 


738 


471,141 


Number of customers 


4,177 


837 


142 


618 


133 


37,956 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1964 



197 



VVingham 
2,856 


Woodbridge 
2,481 


Woodstock 
22,214 


Woodville 
411 


Wyoming 
957 


York Twp. 
127,370 


Zurich 
721 


Total 


$ 
386,652 
152,976 


$ 
219,528 
62,536 


$ 
2,874,682 
826,988 


$ 

47,973 
8,606 


$ 

84,437 

24,191 


$ 
9,673,024 
2,974,079 


$ 

65,138 
7,826 


$ 
564,408,772 
133,554,046 


233,676 

22,367 
60,000 


156,992 

50,281 

24,675 

936 


2,047,694 
9,533 


39,367 
5,783 


60,246 

2,580 

9,225 

121 


6,698,945 

582,425 
554,000 
298,283 


57,312 
7,881 


430,854,726 

22,394,390 
13,290,755 


616 


25,477 


439 


103 


16,566,500 


82,983 
13,565 


75,892 


35,010 
1,204 


6,222 


11,926 
1,806 


1,434,708 
111,078 


7,984 


52,251,645 
10,878,773 










6,626,453 


76 


7,937 


90 






2,433 


194 


6,505,335 










13,641 


7,937 
235,631 


1,294 
2,250,903 




1,806 
49,190 


113,511 
5,874,780 


194 
64,956 


24,010,561 


272,094 


33,805 


354,153,351 


602,394 


476,452 


4,334,901 


79,394 


123,168 


14,121,944 


130,446 


861,270,283 
















87,951,607 


158 


1,733 
2,527 


100,061 
22,136 


1,564 
30 


2,934 
383 


324,057 
512,742 




14,627,872 


3,385 


320 


9,799,228 


3,543 

272,094 


4,260 
235,631 


122,197 
2,250,903 


1,594 
33,805 


3,317 
49,190 


836,799 
5,874,780 


320 
64,956 


112,378,707 

354,153,351 
2,251,343 


















272,094 
81,156 


235,631 
23,835 


2,250,903 
429,776 


33,805 
5,248 


49,190 
9,700 


5,874,780 
489,375 


64,956 
5,592 


356,404,694 

96,501,461 
6,626,453 


245,601 


209,868 
2,858 


1,532,025 


38,747 


60,961 


6,862,578 
58,412 


59,578 


278,077,894 
11,281,074 














326,757 


236,561 


1,961,801 


43,995 


70,661 


7,410,365 


65,170 


392,486,882 


602,394 


476,452 


4.334,901 


79,394 


123,168 


14 121,944 


130,446 


861,270,283 


158,909 
9,235 


105,528 
5.524 


1,200,845 
14,824 


15,524 
126 


31,809 
1,120 


4,162,356 
187,453 


34,253 
136 


247,890,291 
6,108,283 


168,144 


111,052 


1,215,669 


15,650 


32,929 


4,349,809 


34,389 


253,998,574 


115,673 
1,500 


76,506 


852,688 


9,322 


23,776 


2,674,872 


19,614 


167,184,292 
564,536 


14,073 
16,420 


7,955 
9,888 


139,243 

108,815 

3,293 

70,331 


2,329 
1,139 


3,574 
3,004 


448,004 
525,819 


4,981 
3,296 


23,527,954 

20,367,906 

9,678,755 


9,538 


6,324 


1,336 


2,371 


256,194 


1,686 


13,486,318 
26,460 


















157,204 


100,673 


1,174,370 


14,126 


32,725 


3,904,889 


29,577 


234 836,221 


10,940 


10,379 


41,299 


1,524 


204 


444,920 


4,812 


19,162,353 


1,128 


793 


7,703 


199 


372 


41,656 


314 


1,552,238 



198 Municipal Electrical Service 



STATEMENT "C" 



Statement "C" is the schedule of retail rates for residential, commercial, and 
industrial power service in the municipal distribution systems receiving power 
from the Commission. 

Rate Schedules in Effect 

Under normal or standard residential service, charges are calculated on 
specified blocks of kilowatt-hours per month at designated rates for each block. 
The account rendered is subject to a minimum monthly charge, and while accounts 
in some municipalities are calculated at net rates, the majority are subject to a 
prompt payment discount of 10 per cent. For comparative purposes net monthly 
bills are shown for metered energy consumptions of 250, 500, and 750 kilowatt- 
hours, subject to the qualifications in the following paragraph. 

Water Heating service may be provided either at a special flat-rate monthly 
charge, or through the regular metered service. The net monthly bills are calcu- 
lated in Statement "C" at metered rates. A "w" opposite the rate for the third 
block of 500 kilowatt-hours for certain municipalities indicates that that block is 
available only to customers with an approved water heater supplied through the 
regular service meter. In these municipalities flat-rate service for water heating 
is not generally available to new applicants for residential service. House-heating 
energy may be segregated from the standard service and billed at a separate 
house-heating rate, or, as indicated in the table, it may be optionally included 
with the normal household service and billed at the regular residential rate. Where 
a low all-electric rate is in effect, house-heating energy would, of course, be 
included with the water-heating and basic household energy, the entire service 
being billed at this special rate. 

Commercial rates are applicable to all electrical service supplied to stores, 
offices, churches, schools, public buildings, institutions, hospitals, hotels, retau- 
rants, service stations, and other premises used for commercial purposes. The 
commercial rates are also used for billing sign and display lighting. In many 
municipalities, commercial-type customers having connected loads of under five 
kilowatts are billed at residential rates. Rates for industrial power service to 
customers of the municipal systems provide for 24-hour unrestricted delivery at 
secondary distribution voltage. These rates, however, are not applicable to the 
Commission's direct industrial customers. 

Commercial and industrial power service bills are based on a monthly demand 
rate (with a minimum for commercial service) applied to the customer's billing 
demand, plus energy charges for specified blocks of kilowatt-hours used, the size 
of the blocks varying in accordance with the customer's billing demand. All 
additional energy is billed at the end rate per kilowatt-hour. The accounts for 
all municipalities, except those marked (N) as calculated at net rates, are subject 



Introduction to Statements C and D 199 

to a prompt payment discount of 10 per cent. The net monthly bills shown for 
commercial and industrial power service are calculated on the basis of a demand 
of one kilowatt for a use per month of 200 and 300 hours. The corresponding 
bill for a demand of 10 kilowatts would be ten times the amounts shown, for 
20 kilowatts twenty times the amounts shown, and so on. 



STATEMENT "D" 

Statement "D" records revenue, consumption, number of customers, average 
consumption per customer, and average cost per kilowatt-hour for each of the 
three main classes of service in all the municipal systems served. The revenue 
and consumption from house heating and the use of flat-rate water heaters are 
included in the totals shown, the flat-rate water-heater kilowatt-hours being esti- 
mated on the basis of 16.8 hours' use per day. 

The average cost per kilowatt-hour is the average cost to the customer, that 
is the average revenue per kilowatt-hour received by the utility. Such a statistical 
average does not represent the utility's actual cost of delivering one kilowatt-hour. 
However, a comparison of this average over a number of years is some indication 
of the trend of cost in any one municipality, and the trend in all municipal systems 
combined may be seen in the table on page 144 and the graphs on page 145. Other 
things being equal, the average cost per kilowatt-hour would rise with an increase 
in rates. The normal trend, however, is for consumption per customer to increase, 
and residential customers in particular are using an ever-widening variety of elec- 
trical appliances, including fast-recovery water heaters. This increased use, since 
it is billed at the low rates usually applicable to higher-consumption blocks of 
kilowatt-hours, is frequently reflected in a lower average cost per kilowatt-hour. 

For industrial power service customers, the relationship between demand 
(kilowatts required) and energy (kilowatt-hours of use) is an important factor in 
establishing the customer's average cost per kilowatt-hour. The use of the demand 
for only a few hours will result in a relatively small total bill but a high average 
cost per kilowatt-hour; the use of the same demand for several hours will increase 
the total bill but substantially reduce the average cost per kilowatt-hour. In other 
words, the average cost per kilowatt-hour varies inversely with the customer's 
load factor. 



200 



Municipal Electrical Service 



RATES AND TYPICAL BILLS FOR 

in Effect 

Rates are quoted on a monthly basis and 
and a minimum 






Residential Service 



SB 

V CD 



'> O 

■H& 

3 



~ CO 



Rate per Kwh 
for 






ZcN) 









3 2 
So 



Net Monthly 
Bill for 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig. 

Ajax 

Alexandria . 
Alfred 



Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston .... 
Amherstburg . 
Ancaster Twp. 



Apple Hil 
Arkona . . 
Arnprior . 
Arthur. . . 
Athens. . . 



Atikokan Twp. 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Ayr 



Baden 

tBala 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 



Bath 

Beach burg . 
Beachville . 
Beamsville . 
tBeardmore . 



Beaver ton. . 

Beeton 

Belle River. 
Belleville... 
Belmont . . . 



Blenheim. . . 
t Blind River. 
Bloomneld . . 

BIyth 

Bobcaygeon 



43 



56 



No. 

41 

45 

37 
45 
42 

40 

35 
45 

38 



45 
37 
42 
41 

40 
37 
40 
36 
44 

40 
41 

46 
39 
42 

39 

39 
42 
43 
45 

40 
40 
42 
35 
44 

44 
45 
42 
45 
42 



i 




1.2 


1.2 

1.1 

□ 
□ 
□ 





1.2 

□ 
□ 



1.5 


1.1 

□ 
1.22 


1.1 
1.1 

D 

□ 

1.22 

□ 

□ 
1.2 



1.1 

1.22 

1.5 

□ 





1.1 
1.1 
1.1 
1.1 



1.1 
1.1 



1.1 



1.1 



1.1 
1.1 



1.1 
1.1 

it 



1.2 



No. 

50 

50 

50 

50 

50 

60 
50 
50 
50 
50 

60 
50 
50 
50 
50 

50 
50 
50 
50 
60 

50 
50 
50 
60 
50 

60 
50 
50 
50 
50 

50 
50 
50 
50 
50 

50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



i 

3.0 
2.6 
3.4 
2.8 
3.2 

3.1 
2.8 
3.5 
3.0 

4.2 

4.0 
3.2 
2.6 

2.8 
2.4 

3.4 
3.0 
4.0 
2.6 
2.9 

2.8 
4.4 
3.5 
2.4 
2.6 

3.5 
4.0 
2.8 
3.4 
4.0 

2.6 
3.2 
3.6 
2.0 
4.2 

3.0 
3.8 
2.6 
2.8 
4.0 



t 

1.5 
1.3 
1.7 
1.3 
1.6 



1.4 
1.6 
1.4 
2.1 



1.6 
1.3 

1.4 
1.2 

1.7 
1.5 
2.0 
1.2 



1.4 
2.2 
1.4 

1.3 



1.8 
1.4 
1.7 
2.0 

1.3 
1.1 
1.8 

2.1 

1.5 
1.9 
1.3 
1.4 

1.7 



I 

0.9 
0.8 

w0.7 
0.9 



w0.8 

w0.8 

0.8 

w0.7 



w0.8 

0.8 
w0.7 

w0.9 
0.8 
1.1 
0.8 



0.8 
w0.8 
w0.8 

0.7 



w0.7 

0.7 

w0.8 

w0.9 

0.7 
w0.7 
w0.8 

w0.8 



w0.8 
0.8 
0.8 

w0.8 



i 

1.2 
1.1 
1.0 
1.1 
1.3 

1.0 
1.1 
1.1 
1.1 
1.1 

1.0 

1.1 

0.8 
1.1 
1.1 

1.1 
1.1 
1.6 
1.1 
1.0 

1.1 
1.2 
1.1 
1.0 
1.0 

1.2 
1.1 
1.1 
1.1 
1.2 

1.1 
1.1 
1.1 
1.0 
1.1 

0.9 
1.1 
1.1 
1.1 
1.2 



$ 
1.11 
1.39 
1.70 
1.67 
1.11 

1.11 
1.40 
1.39 
1.67 
2.22 

1.39 
1.11 

1.39 
1.11 
1.20 

1.70 
1.50 
1.11 
1.67 
1.11 

1.11 
3.33 
1.75 
0.83 
1.67 

1.67 
2.22 
1.67 
1.75 
2.22 

1.39 
1.67 
2.22 
1.11 
2.10 

1.11 
1.39 
1.11 
1.11 
2.22 



4.05 
3.51 
4.59 
3.60 
4.32 

3.38 
3.78 
4.45 
3.87 
5.67 

3.87 
4.32 
3.51 
3.78 
3.24 

4.59 
4.05 
5.40 
3.33 
3.28 

3.78 
5.94 
4.09 
3.01 
3.51 

3.94 
5.04 
3.78 
4.59 
5.40 

3.51 
3.42 
4.86 
2.70 
5.67 

4.05 
5.13 
3.51 
3.78 
4.86 



6.07 
5.31 
6.84 
5.17 
6.34 

5.63 
5.58 
6.25 
5.67 

7.24 

6.12 
6.12 
5.31 
5.58 
4.81 

6.61 
5.85 
7.87 
5.13 
5.53 

5.58 
7.74 
5.89 
5.26 
5.08 

6.64 
6.61 
5.35 
6.39 

7.42 

5.08 
4.99 
6.66 
4.95 

7.47 

6.07 
6.93 
5.31 
5.58 
6.66 



tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

•frFirst 50 kwh at $1.39— balance at l.lj* per kwh. 

For explanatory notes and water-heating schedules see pages 218 to 221. 



Statement C 



201 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
December 31, 1964 

are subject to 10% prompt payment discount 
monthly charge 



Commercial Service 



& u 
5,5 

bflrg 

|o 

CO * J 



Demand Rate 

per 100 Watts 

5.0 Cents, 

Minimum 50 Cents 



Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 



3 
O 

^X 



o 
^X 

l§ 






Net Monthly 

Bill for 
Use of 1 Kw 
of Demand 



Industrial Power Service 



Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 



First 
Block 



Hours' Use 
50 100 



Second 
Block 



Hours' Use 
50 100 



A 

vX 



Net Monthly 
Bill for Use 

of 1 Kw 
of Demand 



i 

1.5 
1.5 
1.5 
1.5 
1.5 

1.5 



1.5 
1.5 



1.5 

1.5 
1.5 



1.5 
1.5 



1.5 



1.5 
1.5 
1.5 
1.5 



1.5 

1.5 
1.5 
1.5 

1.5 
1.5 
1.5 
1.5 



1.5 



1.5 



i 

°2.6 
°2.2 
°2.4 
°2.5 
°2.6 

2.6 
°2.0 
°3.2 
°2.5 
°3.6 

3.5 
°2.9 
°2.1 
°2.5 
°1.9 

°3.0 
°2.2 
°3.0 
°2.2 
2.4 

°2.3 
4.2 
°2.8 
°2.0 
°1.9 

3.0 
°2.5 
°2.2 
°2.8 
°3.7 

°2.1 
°2.3 
°3.0 
°1.8 
°3.4 

°2.7 
°3.6 
°2.1 
°2.5 
°3.3 



i 

0.8 
0.8 
0.8 
0.8 
0.8 



0.8 
0.8 
0.8 
0.8 



0.8 
0.8 
0.8 
0.8 

0.8 
0.8 
0.8 
0.8 



0.8 
0.8 
0.8 



0.8 
0.8 
0.8 
0.8 

0.8 
0.8 
0.8 
0.8 
0.8 

0.8 
0.8 
0.8 
0.8 
0.8 



i 

0.5 
0.5 
0.5 
0.5 
0.5 

1.0 
0.5 
0.5 
0.5 
0.5 

1.0 
0.5 
0.5 
0.5 
0.5 

0.5 
0.5 
0.5 
0.5 
0.9 

0.5 
0.5 
0.5 
0.8 
0.5 

1.2 
0.5 
0.5 
0.5 
0.5 

0.5 
0.5 
0.5 
0.5 
0.5 

0.5 
0.5 
0.5 
0.5 
0.5 



$ 
3.51 
3.15 
3.33 
3.42 
3.51 

3.69 
2.97 
4.05 
3.42 
4.41 

4.50 
3.78 
3.06 
3.42 
2.88 

3.87 
3.15 
3.87 
3.15 
3.42 

3.24 
4.95 
3.69 
2.97 
2.88 

4.23 
3.42 
3.15 
3.69 
4.50 

3.06 
3.24 
3.87 
2.79 
4.23 

3.60 
4.41 
3.06 
3.42 
4.14 



3.96 
3.60 
3.78 
3.87 
3.96 

4.59 
3.42 
4.50 
3.87 
4.86 

5.40 
4.23 
3.51 
3.87 
3.33 

4.32 
3.60 
4.32 
3.60 
4.23 

3.69 
5.40 
4.14 
3.69 
3.33 

5.31 
3.87 
3.60 
4.14 
4.95 

3.51 
3.69 
4.32 
3.24 
4.68 

4.05 
4.86 
3.51 
3.87 
4.59 



$ 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.20 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.35 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.20 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.35 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



1.9 



2.1 



1.4 



3.5 



i 

2.1 
1.6 
1.4 
2.0 
2.0 



1.2 
2.7 
2.0 
2.7 



2.4 
1.6 
1.8 
1.5 

2.0 
1.7 
2.0 
1.7 



1.7 
2.7 
1.9 

1.4 



2.0 
1.7 
2.0 
2.8 

1.6 
1.7 
2.2 
1.2 
2.9 

2.2 
2.7 
1.6 
2.0 
2.6 



1.3 



0.9 



2.:-! 



i 


i 


$ 


0.5 


0.33 


3.24 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


0.5 


0.33 


2.61 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 




0.30 


2.79 


0.5 


0.33 


2.43 


0.5 


0.33 


3.78 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


0.5 


0.33 


3.78 




0.33 


3.58 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 




0.30 


2.92 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


0.5 


0.33 


3.78 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 




0.25 


2.16 


0.5 


0.33 


2.61 




0.33 


4.12 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


0.5 


0.33 


3.87 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


0.5 


0.33 


2.43 


0.5 


0.33 


3.96 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


0.5 


0.33 


3.78 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


0.5 


0.33 


3.69 



202 



Municipal Electrical Service 



RATES AND TYPICAL BILLS FOR 

in Effect 

Rates are quoted on a monthly basis and 
and a minimum 












.e 




is 


£ 

M 


-a 


M 


& 


a 


go 

in S3 


'> O 




W oj 


Mj 


££ 


M 




8 


u 


3 


.s 


s 


o 


W 


s 


< 


z 



Residential Service 



Rate per Kwh 
for 



z > 



fc o 



Zcm 



< a 



52 
SO 



5-c 
5U 



Net Monthly 
Bill for 



Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville . . 
Bracebridge . . . 
Bradford 

Braeside 

N Brampton 

Brantford 

§§BrantfordTwp 

Brechin 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville . . . 

Burk's Falls . . . 

§§Burlington. . . . 

Cache Bay . . . . 

§Caledonia 

Campbell ford . . 
N Campbellville . 

Cannington 
§Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 

Casselman 

Cayuga 

Chalk River. . . 

Chapleau Twp. 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville . . . 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

tCobalt 

Cobden 



40 



38 



46 



No. 


i 


i 


No. 


45 





l.l 


50 


45 


□ 




50 


35 




l.l 


50 


39 


D 




60 









50 


36 





1.1 


50 


37 





1.0 


50 


41 


□ 




60 


42 







50 


40 







50 


45 





1.1 


50 


45 


D 




50 


42 


1.1 




50 




1.1 


1.1 


50 


45 


□ 


1.2 


50 


43 







50 


43 





1.1 


50 


45 


□ 


1.1 


50 


42 


□ 


1.1 


50 


43 


□ 




50 


45 







50 


38 


1.1 




50 


45 




1.0 


50 


42 


1.1 




50 


43 







50 


40 


a 




50 


39 


i.i 




50 


41 


1.2 




50 


45 


a 


1.1 


50 


40 





1.1 


50 
60 


41 







60 




1.1 




50 


41 


1.1 




60 


41 







50 


42 





1.1 


50 


45 


a 


1.1 


50 


41 


a 


1.1 


50 


42 


1.22 




50 


36 


1.1 




50 



i 

4.0 
2.6 
3.0 
3.0 
2.8 

2.6 
5.0 
2.2 
4.0 
2.2 

4.0 
2.6 
3.0 
2.9 
3.2 

3.0 
4.0 
3.4 
4.0 
3.0 

2.7 
2.6 
3.5 
3.2 
3.2 

2.6 
3.2 
3.4 
3.4 
3.6 

9.0 
3.8 
2.8 
2.7 
2.8 

3.2 
3.0 
3.0 
4.0 
2.0 



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2.0 
1.3 
1.2 

1.4 

1.3 
1.3 
1.2 
2.0 
1.1 

1.6 
1.1 
1.4 
1.4 
1.6 

1.5 
1.1 
1.4 
1.8 
1.3 

1.3 
1.3 
1.5 
1.1 
1.3 

1.3 
1.6 
1.7 
1.7 
1.6 



1.4 

1.3 

1.6 
1.5 
1.5 
2.0 
1.0 



i 


i 


$ 


$ 


$ 


w0.8 


i.i 


2.00 


5.40 


7.20 


w0.7 


i.i 


0.83 


3.51 


5.08 


w0.7 


i.i 


1.50 


3.51 


5.08 




1.2 


0.83 


3.67 


6.37 


0.8 


1.1 


1.39 


3.78 


5.58 




1.1 


0.83 


3.51 


5.98 


w0.6 


1.0 


2.50 


5.10 


6.60 


w0.8 


1.2 


0.83 


3.24 


5.08 


w0.8 


1.2 


1.67 


5.40 


7.20 


0.7 


1.1 


1.11 


2.97 


4.54 


w0.8 


1.1 


2.00 


4.68 


6.48 


w0.7 


1.1 


1.11 


3.15 


4.72 


w0.7 


1.0 


1.50 


3.87 


5.44 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.45 


3.82 


5.62 


0.9 


1.3 


1.39 


4.32 


6.34 


0.9 


1.2 


1.11 


4.05 


6.07 


w0.8 


1.1 


2.00 


3.78 


5.58 


w0.9 


1.1 


1.67 


4.05 


6.07 




1.1 


2.00 


5.04 


7.51 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.67 


3.69 


5.49 


w0.8 


1.1 


2.00 


3.55 


5.35 


0.7 


1.0 


1.67 


3.51 


5.08 


w0.7 


1.0 


1.75 


4.75 


6.50 


w0.7 


1.0 


1.67 


3.42 


4.99 


w0.8 


1.1 


2.25 


3.78 


5.58 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.30 


3.51 


5.31 


1.0 


1.4 


1.11 


4.32 


6.57 




1.0 


1.11 


4.59 


6.84 


0.8 


1.1 


2.00 


4.59 


6.39 


w0.7 


1.1 


1.80 


4.50 


6.07 




4.0 


2.78 


11.70 


20.70 




1.4 


1.11 


4.45 


7.60 


0.8 


1.1 


1.39 


3.78 


5.58 




1.0 


1.11 


3.17 


5.42 


w0.7 


1.1 


1.40 


3.60 


5.17 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.67 


4.32 


6.12 


0.9 


1.2 


1.39 


4.05 


6.07 


0.9 


1.2 


1.11 


4.05 


6.07 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.39 


5.40 


7.20 


0.7 


1.0 


1.67 


2.70 


4.27 



tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 
For txplanatory notes and water-heating schedules see pages 218 to 221. 



Statement C 



203 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
December 31, 1964 

are subject to 10% prompt payment discount 
monthly charge 



Commercial Service 


Industrial Power Service 


bfl 

c 


r- C3 
I* 

S3 
S> 

|i 

< 


Demand Rate 

per 100 Watts 

5.0 Cents, 

Minimum 50 Cents 


Net Monthly 

Bill for 
Use of 1 Kw 
of Demand 


& 

K 

c 

£ 

tu 

Q 


Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 


Net M 

Bill fc 

of 1 

of De 


onthly 
>r Use 




Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 


IVW 

mand 


|a 
6 

5 


U 

3 
O 

~x 
£2 


en 
g 

l§ 


en 

.J 

"SX 

33 


03 
U 

3 

X 

8 

CM 


3 
O 

X 

8 

co 


First 
Block 

Hours' Use 
50 100 


Second 
Block 

Hours' Use 
50 100 


'■5X 

3-1 


3 
O 

X 

1 


§ 

X 

8 

CO 


t 


j5 


i 


i 


i 


$ 


$ 


$ 


i t 


p i 


i 


$ 


$ 




1.5 


°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 


1.00 


2.1 


0.5 


0.33 


3.24 


3.54 




1.5 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 




1.5 


•1.7 


0.8 


0.5 


2.70 


3.15 


1.00 


1.2 


0.5 


0.33 


2.43 


2.73 


1.2 


1.5 


2.0 




1.0 


3.15 


4.05 


1.20 


1.4 


0.9 


0.30 


2.38 


2.65 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 




1.5 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 


1.2 


1.35 


°2.2 


0.7 


0.4 


3.40 


3.80 


1.00 


1.6 


0.5 


0.30 


3.10 


3.40 






1.8 




0.7 


2.70 


3.33 


1.20 


1.4 


0.9 


0.30 


2.38 


2.65 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.9 


0.8 


0.5 


3.78 


4.23 


1.00 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


3.63 




1.5 


°1.7 


0.8 


0.5 


2.70 


3.15 


1.00 


1.2 


0.5 


0.33 


2.43 


2.73 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


3.36 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 


1.0 


1.5 


°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 


1.1 




°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.2 


0.5 


0.33 


2.43 


2.73 




1.5 


°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


2.3 


0.5 


0.33 


3.42 


3.72 


1.2 




°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 




1.5 


°3.5 


0.8 


0.5 


4.32 


4.77 


1.00 


2.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.96 


4.26 


1.4 


1.5 


°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


3.36 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


1.5 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


3.00 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


3.63 




1.5 


•1.6 


0.8 


0.5 


2.61 


3.06 


1.00 


.. 1.1 


0.5 


0.33 


2.34 


2.64 


1.2 


1.35 


°2.5 


0.7 


0.45 


3.70 


4.15 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.30 


3.50 


3.80 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 




1.5 


°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


2.3 


0.5 


0.33 


3.42 


3.72 






°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 






°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 






°2.9 


0.8 


0.5 


3.78 


4.23 


1.00 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


3.63 




1.5 


°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 


1.00 


2.5 


0.5 


0.33 


3.60 


3.90 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 






8.5 




4.0 


11.70 


15.30 


1.35 


5.7 


3.8 


2.00 


7.29 


9.09 


1.4 


1.5 


3.3 




1.2 


4.50 


5.58 


1.35 


2.0 


1.3 


0.40 


3.06 


3.42 






°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 






2.3 




1.0 


3.42 


4.32 


1.20 


1.9 


1.3 


0.30 


2.79 


3.06 




1.5 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 


1.4 


1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 


1.2 




°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


3.63 




1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 


1.1 


1.5 


°3.6 


0.8 


0.5 


4.41 


4.86 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 






°1.9 


0.8 


0.5 


2.88 


3.33 


1.00 


1.3 


0.5 


0.33 


2.52 


2.82 



204 



Municipal Electrical Service 



RATES AND TYPICAL BILLS FOR 

in Effect 

Rates are quoted on a monthly basis and 
and a minimum 



St! 

£8 






Residential Service 






> o 



3^i 

IS 

°£ 

E 

3 

z 



Rate per Kwh 
for 



So 









42 



So 



Net Monthly 
Bill for 



Cobourg 
Cochrane. . . 
Col borne. . . . 
Coldwater. . . 
Collingwood 



Comber 
Coniston. . 

Cookstown 
Cottam . . . 
Courtright . 



Creemore . . 
Dashwood . . 
Deep River. 
Delaware . . . 
Delhi 



Deseronto . . 
Dorchester . 
Drayton . . 
Dresden . . . 
Drumbo. . . 



Dryden . . 
Dublin... 
Dundalk . . 
Dundas. . . 
Dunnville 



Durham 

Dutton 

East York Twp. 

Eganville 

tEIk Lake 



Elmira . . . 
Elm vale. . 
Elm wood. 
Elora .... 
Embro. . . 



tEnglehart . 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Erin 

Espanola . . 



41 



45 



17 



No. 

41 

35 

43 

40 

41 

45 
42 
45 

45 

44 

40 
44 
43 

40 
43 
44 
44 

45 

35 
43 
44 
43 
45 




1.2 
1.1 
1.1 

□ 







1.1 
1.2 
1.1 


□ 

1.1 

□ 
□ 
□ 
□ 

□ 

1.1 



1.1 
1.1 
1.2 

1.22 

□ 
1.1 
1.1 





1.22 

1.2 

1.1 

a 
a 



1.2 



1.1 
1.1 



1.1 



1.2 



1.2 



1.1 



1.1 

1.1 



1.1 



1.1 



1.1 



1.1 



No. 
50 
60 
60 
50 
50 

50 
50 
50 
50 
50 

50 
50 
50 
50 
50 

50 
50 
50 
50 
50 

50 
50 
50 
50 
50 

60 
50 
50 
50 
50 

50 
50 
50 
50 
60 

50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



i 

2.6 
3.4 
3.8 
2.6 
2.4 

3.0 
3.2 
2.6 
2.8 
4.0 

3.1 
3.6 
3.4 
4.0 
2.6 

2.6 
2.8 
3.4 
3.0 
2.8 

3.8 
2.8 
2.8 
3.6 
2.8 

2.7 

2.8 

3.34 

3.0 

3.6 

3.0 
2.6 
2.6 
5.0 
3.3 

4.0 
2.8 
4.0 
3.0 
3.4 



1.3 



1.3 

1.2 

1.5 
1.3 
1.1 
1.4 
2.0 



1.8 
1.4 
1.7 
1.3 

1.3 

1.4 
1.7 
1.5 
1.4 

1.9 

1.4 
1.4 
1.8 
1.4 



1.4 
1.3 
1.5 
1.8 

1.5 
1.3 
1.3 
1.8 



2.0 
1.4 
2.0 
1.5 
1.7 



i 

0.8 



0.7 
0.7 

0.9 
w0.7 
w0.7 

0.8 
w0.8 



1.1 

w0.8 
0.8 

0.7 
0.8 
1.0 
0.9 
0.8 



0.8 

0.8 

w0.8 



w0.8 

0.8 

0.8 

0.7 

w0.8 



wO. 



0.8 
w0.7 





$ 


1.1 


1.11 


1.5 


1.11 


1.0 


0.83 


1.0 


1.11 


1.1 


1.11 




1.11 




2.22 




1.67 




1.11 




2.22 


1.0 


1.39 


1.5 


1.11 


0.9 


1.67 


1.1 


2.00 


1.1 


1.11 


1.0 


0.83 


1.1 


0.83 


1.4 


1.11 


1.2 


1.11 


1.1 


1.11 


1.1 


1.90 


1.1 


1.11 


1.1 


1.11 


1.1 


1.80 


0.9 


0.83 


1.1 


1.11 


1.1 


0.83 


0.9 


1.67 


1.1 


1.50 


1.1 


1.39 


1.2 


1.39 


1.1 


1.11 


1.0 


1.11 


1.1 


2.50 


1.1 


0.83 


1.1 


1.39 


0.8 


1.11 


1.1 


2.78 


1.2 


1.39 


1.1 


2.22 



3.51 
4.40 
3.76 
3.51 
3.24 

4.05 
3.78 
3.15 
3.78 

5.40 

3.19 
4.86 
4.05 
4.86 
3.51 

3.51 
3.78 
4.59 
4.05 
3.78 

5.13 
3.78 
3.78 
4.86 
3.78 

3.34 
3.78 
3.84 
4.05 
4.86 

4.05 
3.51 
3.51 
5.49 
3.66 

5.40 
3.78 
5.40 
4.05 
4.59 



$ 
5.31 
7.78 
6.01 
5.08 
4.81 

6.07 
5.35 

4.72 
5.58 
7.20 

5.44 
7.33 
6.07 
6.66 
5.31 

5.08 
5.58 
6.84 
6.07 
5.58 

7.60 
5.58 
5.58 
6.66 
5.80 

5.81 
5.58 
5.87 
6.52 
6.66 

5.85 
5.31 
5.08 
7.29 
6.14 

7.20 
5.58 
7.87 
5.85 
6.16 



tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 
For explanatory notes and water-heating schedules see pages 218 to 221. 



Statement C 



205 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
December 31, 1964 

are subject to 10% prompt payment discount 
monthly charge 



Commercial Service 


Industrial Power Service 


C 

15 


IS 

■ '3 O 


Demand Rate 

per 100 Watts 

5.0 Cents, 

Minimum 50 Cents 


Net Monthly 

Bill for 
Use of 1 Kw 
of Demand 


a 
u 

K 

T5 

C 

a 
£ 


Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 


Net Monthly 
Bill for Use 

of 1 Kw 
of Demand 




Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 


{& 

E 



U 


CO ** 

x> 

si 

as 

< 


3 
O 

£2 


CO 

g 


v> 

.J 

3-1 


CO 

u 

§ 

X 

8 

CM 


u 

§ 

X 

8 

CO 


First 
Block 

Hours' Use 
50 100 


Second 
Block 

Hours' Use 
50 100 


t/3 

3 
> O 

< rt 


3 
O 

X 

1 


g 

X 

8 


i 


£ 


i 


^ 


i 


$ 


$ 


$ 


£ i 


i i 


i 


$ 


$ 


i.i 


1.5 


°2.0 


0.8 


0.5 


2.97 


3.42 


1.00 


1.2 


0.5 


0.33 


2.43 


2.73 




1.5 


2.9 




1.4 


4.32 


5.58 


1.35 


2.3 


1.5 


0.33 


3.22 


3.52 






3.0 




1.0 


4.05 


4.95 


1.35 


2.8 


1.8 


0.33 


3.58 


3.88 






°2.1 


0.8 


0.5 


3.06 


3.51 


1.00 


1.6 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


3.09 






°1.9 


0.8 


0.5 


2.88 


3.33 


1.00 


1.3 


0.5 


0.33 


2.52 


2 82 




1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


3.63 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 




1.5 


°2.0 


0.8 


0.5 


2.97 


3.42 


1.00 


1.4 


0.5 


0.33 


2.61 


2.91 




1.5 


°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


2.3 


0.5 


0.33 


3.42 


3.72 


1.5 


1.5 


°3.5 


0.8 


0.5 


4.32 


4.77 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


351 


3.81 




1.5 


2.6 




0.9 


3.60 


4.41 


1.20 


1.6 


1.0 


0.30 


2.52 


2.79 




1.5 


°3.1 


0.8 


0.5 


3.96 


4.41 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 




1.5 


°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 




1.5 


°3.6 


0.8 


0.5 


4.41 


4.86 


1.00 


2.6 


0.5 


0.33 


3.69 


3.99 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 






°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.6 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


3.09 






°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


2.1 


0.5 


0.33 


3.24 


3.54 






°2.9 


0.8 


0.5 


3.78 


4.23 


1.00 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


3.63 






°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


2.3 


0.5 


0.33 


3.42 


3.72 






°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


3.63 




1.5 


°3.1 


0.8 


0.5 


3.96 


4.41 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 




1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


2.6 


0.5 


0.33 


3.69 


3.99 




1.5 


°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 




1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


318 


1.1 




°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


3.36 




1.5 


2.4 




1.0 


3.51 


4.41 


1.35 


2.2 


1.4 


0.33 


3.13 


3 43 






°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 




1.5 


°2.0 


0.8 


0.5 


2.97 


3.42 


1.00 


1.4 


0.5 


0.33 


2.61 


2.91 


1.1 


1.5 


°3.3 


0.8 


0.5 


4.14 


4.59 


1.00 


2.3 


0.5 


0.33 


3.42 


3 72 


1.1 


1.5 


°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


336 




1.5 


°2.1 


0.8 


0.5 


3.06 


3.51 


1.00 


1.6 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


3.09 






°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 




1.5 


°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 


1.1 


1.5 


2.7 




0.7 


3.51 


4.14 


1.35 


3.1 


2.0 


0.33 


3.81 


4.10 


1.1 


15 


°3.6 


0.8 


0.5 


4.41 


4.86 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


2.5 


0.5 


0.33 


3.60 


3.90 






°3.5 


0.8 


0.5 


4.32 


4.77 


1.00 


2.6 


0.5 


0.33 


3.69 


3.99 


1.2 




°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 


15 


1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


1.6 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


3.09 



206 



Municipal Electrical Service 



RATES AND TYPICAL BILLS FOR 

in Effect 

Rates are quoted on a monthly basis and 
and a minimum 



i- a 

£8 



Residential Service 



J3 



> o 



a 
^ g 

£ 



Rate per Kwh 
for 



£"o 



£* 



< 5 



SO 

it 

S'J 



Net Monthly- 
Bill for 



Essex 

Etobicoke Twp. . 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Forest Hill 

Fort William . . . 

Frankford 

Gait 

Georgetown 
Glen Williams 

tGeraldton 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

tGogama 

Grand Bend. . . . 
Grand Valley . . . 
Granton 

Gravenhurst. . . . 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

tHaileybury 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury. . . . 

Hearst 

Hensall 

tHepworth 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Holstein 

t Home pay ne. . . . 
tHudson 



37 



No. 

43 

40 

40 

41 

42 



40 
43 

41 
42 

40 
38 
.\<) 
38 
41 

40 
36 

45 

45 
45 

38 
45 
41 
60 

45 



i 


t 


No. 





t 


U 


1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


1.2 


1.1 


60 


4.0 









50 


3.6 


1.8 





1.1 


50 


4.0 


1.5 


1.5 




50 


3.0 


1.5 


1.1 




50 


2.0 


1.0 


1.2 




60 


3.0 




□ 




50 


2.6 


1.3 


1.2 


1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 




1.11 


60 


2.0 




□ 




50 


2.6 


1.3 


□ 


1.1 


60 


3.0 




a/1.2 




50 


3.2 


1.5 


D/1.2 




50 


3.2 


1.6 


1.22 




50 


4.0 


2.0 


1.1 




50 


2.4 


1.2 


a 


1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


1.5 




50 


7.0 


3.5 


1.35 




50 


4.0 


2.0 


a 




60 
60 


3.0 
3.9 




1.2 




50 


2.8 


1.1 


1.1 


1.1 


50 


3.2 


1.6 


a 


1.1 


50 


3.6 


1.8 


a 




60 


2.8 




1.22 




50 


4.0 


2.0 


a 




60 


2.6 




i.i 




60 


2.2 




a 


1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


a 


1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 







50 


4.0 


1.3 


a 




50 


3.0 


1.5 


a 


1.1 


50 


3.4 


1.7 





1.1 


50 


4.6 


1.5 


1.2 




60 


3.2 




1.22 




50 


3.6 


1.8 


a 




60 


3.2 




1.2 




60 


3.2 




1.1 




60 


3.0 









50 


8.0 


2.0 


1.22 




50 


4.4 


2.2 



0.8 

w0.8 

w0.7 

0.8 

0.7 

0.8 
0.8 



0.8 

w0.7 

w0.8 

w0.9 

0.7 

0.8 



w0.7 

w0.8 

1.0 

w0.8 



0.9 

0.9 

w0.7 

0.9 
w0.8 
w0.7 

w0.8 



w0.9 



i 

1.2 
1.0 
1.1 
1.1 
1.2 

1.0 
1.3 
1.1 
1.2 
0.8 

1.1 
1.1 
1.1 
1.1 
1.2 
1.0 

1.2 
1.6 
1.4 

1.2 
1.4 

1.0 
1.0 
1.1 
1.1 
1.1 

1.0 
1.0 
1.2 
1.2 
1.1 

1.2 
1.1 
1.1 
1.0 
1.1 

1.1 
0.9 
1.0 
1.5 
1.2 



1.11 
1.25 
2.22 
2.00 
1.95 

1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 

1.11 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.22 
1.11 

1.11 
2.78 
2.50 
1.11 
1.11 

1.67 
1.39 
1.67 
0.83 
1.39 

0.83 
0.83 
1.39 
0.83 
2.22 

1.11 
1.70 
2.78 
0.83 
1.67 

0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
2.78 
2.22 



4.05 
3.87 
4.86 
4.50 
4.05 

2.70 
3.84 
3.51 
4.05 
2.45 

3.51 
3.50 
4.14 
4.32 
5.40 
3.24 

4.05 
9.45 
5.40 
3.67 
4.50 

3.24 
4.32 
4.86 
3.39 
5.40 

3.11 
2.90 
4.05 
4.05 

4.14 

4.05 
4.59 

4.77 
3.44 
4.86 

3.61 
3.27 
3.33 
7.20 
5.94 



$ 
5.85 
6.12 
6.66 
6.07 
5.85 

4.27 
6.77 
5.31 
5.85 
4.25 

5.31 
5.98 
5.71 
6.12 

7.42 
4.81 

5.85 
13.05 
8.55 
6.37 
7.65 

4.81 
6.12 
7.11 
5.87 
7.20 

5.36 
5.15 
6.07 
6.07 

5.71 

6.07 
6.39 
6.34 
5.69 
6.66 

6.08 
5.29 
5.58 
10.57 
7.96 



"I Retail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 
For explanatory notes and water-heating schedules see pages 218 to 221. 



Statement C 



207 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
December 31, 1964 

are subject to 10% prompt payment discount 
monthly charge 



Commercial Service 


Industrial Power Service 


a 
12 


""CD 
MjV 

%o 

re ^ 

ai 

< 


Demand Rate 

per 100 Watts 

5.0 Cents, 

Minimum 50 Cents 


Net Monthly 

Bill for 
Use of 1 Kw 
of Demand 


& 

re 
B 

•o 

c 

1 

<u 



Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 


Net Monthly 
Bill for Use 

of 1 Kw 
of Demand 




Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 


g& 

E 

o 




en 

II 


CO 

o 

1 


CO 

Si 

^~ 

< re 
^1 


CO 
g 

X 

8 


co 

3 

O 

X 

1 


First 
Block 

Hours' Use 
50 100 


Second 
Block 

Hours' Use 
50 100 


u 

3 

■ O 

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< re 

3-1 


CO 

u 

B 

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8 

CM 


1 
X 
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% 


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i 


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t 


$ 


$ 


$ 


t i 


i i 


t 


$ 


$ 




1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 






°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 


1.2 


1.5 


°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 


1.00 


2.3 


0.5 


0.33 


3.42 


3.72 


1.3 


1.5 


°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 




1.5 


°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 




1.5 


°1.6 


0.8 


0.5 


2.61 


3.06 


1.00 


1.0 


0.5 


0.33 


2.25 


2.55 


1.3 


1.5 


2.5 




1.2 


3.78 


4.86 


1.35 


2.5 


1.6 


0.33 


3.36 


3.65 


1.1 




°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.6 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


3.09 






°1.8 


0.8 


0.5 


2.79 


3.24 


1.00 


1.3 


0.5 


0.33 


2.52 


2.82 


0.8 




1.9 




0.4 


2.52 


2.88 


1.00 


1.4 


0.9 


0.33 


2.23 


2.53 


1.1 




°1.8 


0.8 


0.5 


2.79 


3.24 


1.00 


1.1 


0.5 


0.33 


2.34 


2.64 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.20 


1.6 


1.0 


0.30 


2.52 


2.79 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 




1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 


1.2 


1.5 


°3.7 


0.8 


0.5 


4.50 


4.95 


1.00 


2.8 


0.5 


0.33 


3.87 


4.17 




1.5 


°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


3.36 






°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 


1.6 


1.5 


5.8 


0.8 


0.5 


6.39 


6.84 


1.00 


5.1 


0.5 


0.33 


5.94 


6.24 


1.4 


1.5 


°3.8 


0.8 


0.5 


4.59 


5.04 


1.00 


2.8 


0.5 


0.33 


3.87 


4.17 






2.5 




1.2 


3.78 


4.86 


1.20 


2.1 


1.4 


0.30 


2.92 


3.19 






3.4 




1.3 


4.68 


5.85 


1.35 


2.6 


1.7 


0.33 


3.45 


3.74 


1.0 


1.5 


°1.9 


0.8 


0.5 


2.88 


3.33 


1.00 


1.4 


0.5 


0.33 


2.61 


2.91 


1.0 


1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


3.63 




1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 


1.1 




2.3 




0.9 


3.33 


4.14 


1.20 


1.7 


1.2 


0.30 


2.65 


2.92 


1.1 


1.5 


°3.6 


0.8 


0.5 


4.41 


4.86 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 






1.8 


0.7 


0.6 


2.70 


3.24 


1.00 


1.0 


0.5 


0.33 


2.25 


2.55 




1.5 


1.7 




1.0 


2.88 


3.78 


1.00 


1.5 


0.9 


0.30 


2.25 


2.52 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


2.1 


0.5 


0.33 


3.24 


3.54 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


3.36 


1.2 




°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


1.7 


C.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 




1.5 


°3.2 


0.8 


0.5 


4.05 


4.50 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 






2.7 




0.9 


3.69 


4.50 


1.20 


2.1 


1.4 


0.30 


2.92 


3.19 


1.5 


1.5 


°3.2 


0.8 


0.5 


4.05 


4.50 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 






2.6 




0.9 


3.60 


4.41 


1.20 


1.6 


1.0 


0.33 


2.55 


2.84 






2.8 




0.7 


3.60 


4.23 


1.35 


2.6 


1.7 


0.33 


3.45 


3.74 






2.5 




0.8 


3.42 


4.14 


1.35 


3.5 


2.3 


0.33 


4.12 


4.42 


1.5 


1.5 


°6.0 


0.8 


0.5 


6.57 


7.02 


1.00 


4.3 


0.5 


0.33 


5.22 


5.52 


1.2 


1.5 


°3.8 


0.8 


0.5 


4.59 


5.04 


1.00 


3.3 


0.5 


0.33 


4.32 


4.62 



208 



Municipal Electrical Service 



RATES AND TYPICAL BILLS FOR 

in Effect 

Rates are quoted on a monthly basis and 
and a minimum 



£8 







JS 






& 

M 




Ih 


hi 


a 


H-O) 

?! ^ 


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e 


S3 


< 


z 



Residential Service 



Rate per Kwh 
for 



2* 



Zrq 






93 



be 

"SO 



Net Monthly 
Bill for 



N Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

tjellicoe 

Kapuskasing. . . . 

jKearns 

Kemptville 

Killaloe Station . 
Kincardine 

King City 

tKing Kirkland. . 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

tKirkland Lake . . 

Kitchener 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake .... 

Latchford 

Leamington .... 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

§London 

Long Branch . . . 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 
Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown . . . . 

Massey 

tMatachewan 



40 



41 



45 



No. 

40 

43 

40 

45 

45 

35 
45 
43 
42 
43 

42 
42 

38 

40 

42 
39 
34 
43 
39 

40 
43 
43 
41 



41 

38 
37 
40 
45 

4.=i 
4.* 
40 

45 



i 


i 


No. 


□ 




50 


□ 


1.1 


50 


n/i.2 




50 


i.i 




50 


1.39 




50 


□ 




50 


1.22 




50 





1.1 


50 







50 


□ 




50 





A 


50 


1.22 




50 


XD 




50 




1.1 


50 







50 


1.22 




50 







50 


1.1 




55 


1.1 


1.1 


50 


1.1 




50 




1.1 


50 


1.2 




60 







50 


□ 




50 


□ 


1.1 


50 





1.1 


50 


1.1 


1.1 


50 


1.2 




60 


□ 


1.1 


50 


1.2 




50 


1.1 




55 


1.5 




50 


1.2 


1.1 


50 







50 


1.1 




60 


1.2 


1.1 


50 


□ 




50 


1.5 




50 





1.2 


50 


1.22 




50 



t 

2.8 
3.6 
2.8 
3.2 
4.4 

3.0 
3.6 
4.0 
4.2 
2.4 

4.8 
3.6 
2.2 
2.4 
3.2 

3.6 
2.5 
2.8 
3.5 
2.2 

3.4 
3.5 
3.0 
2.8 
2.6 

2.8 
3.0 
3.3 
3.4 
3.2 

2.7 
3.0 
2.4 
4.2 
2.5 

3.4 
2.8 
2.8 
4.5 
3.6 



i 
i.i 

1.8 
1.4 
1.6 
2.2 

1.5 
1.8 
1.5 
2.1 
1.2 

2.1 
1.8 
1.1 
1.2 
1.6 

1.8 
1.2 

1.7 

1.1 

1.7 

1.5 
1.4 
1.3 

1.4 
1.5 

1.7 
1.6 



1.5 
1.2 
2.1 



1.7 
1.4 
1.4 
2.2 
1.8 



i 

w0.7 
w0.8 
w0.7 
0.9 
w0.9 

0.9 
w0.8 
w0.8 
w0.8 

0.7 

w0.8 
w0.8 

0.7 
1.0 

w0.8 
0.7 

w0.8 
0.7 

w0.8 

0.8 
0.8 
0.8 

0.8 



w0.8 
1.0 



0.8 

0.7 

w0.9 



w0.8 

0.8 

0.8 

w0.8 

w0.8 



i 


$ 


1.0 


1.40 


i.i 


1.80 


i.i 


1.67 


1.3 


0.83 


1.2 


2.22 


1.2 


1.11 


1.1 


1.39 


1.1 


2.00 


1.1 


2.22 


1.1 


1.11 


1.1 


2.40 


1.1 


1.39 


1.0 


1.11 


1.0 


0.83 


1.1 


1.67 


1.1 


1.39 


1.1 


1.30 


1.0 


0.83 


1.3 


1.75 


1.0 


0.83 


1.1 


1.70 


1.1 


1.11 


1.2 


1.39 


1.1 


1.11 


1.1 


1.11 


1.1 


1.11 


1.0 


1.39 


1.0 


2.00 


1.1 


1.70 


1.4 


1.11 


1.0 


1.39 


1.2 


1.11 


1.0 


0.83 


1.2 


2.22 


1.0 


1.11 


1.1 


1.70 


1.1 


1.39 


1.1 


1.11 


1.2 


1.67 


1.1 


1.39 



3.60 
4.86 
3.78 
4.32 
5.94 

4.05 
4.86 
4.50 
5.67 
3.24 

5.94 
4.86 
2.97 
3.24 
4.32 

4.86 
3.28 
3.14 
4.63 
2.97 

4.59 
3.77 
4.05 
3.78 
3.51 

3.78 
4.05 
3.49 
4.59 
4.32 

3.10 
4.05 
3.24 
5.67 
3.06 

4.59 
3.78 
3.78 
5.98 
4.86 



$ 
5.35 
6.66 
5.35 
6.34 
7.96 

6.07 
6.66 
6.30 

7.47 
4.81 

7.74 
6.66 
5.22 
4.81 
6.57 

6.66 
4.86 
5.39 
6.43 

4.54 

6.39 
6.25 
5.85 
5.58 
5.31 

5.58 
6.30 
5.74 
6.39 
6.57 

5.35 
5.85 
4.81 
7.69 
5.31 

6.39 
5.58 
5.58 

7.78 
6.66 



tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

XHouse Heating through the regular residential meter but with all consumption over 1,250 kwh, billed at \.2i gross per kwh. 
For explanatory notes and water-heating schedules see pages 218 to 221. 



Statement C 



209 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
December 31, 1964 

are subject to 10% prompt payment discount 
monthly charge 







Commercial Servk 


E 




Industrial Power Service 


c 
12 


l« 

* a 
•j o 

si 

< 


Demand Rate 

per 100 Watts 

5.0 Cents, 

Minimum 50 Cents 


Net Monthly 

Bill for 
Use of 1 Kw 
of Demand 


K 

c 
E 
Q 


Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 


Net Monthly 
Bill for Use 

of 1 Kw 
of Demand 




Oh 


Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 


U U 

1 



CO 

u 
3 
O 

£2 




en 
U 

3 

.i o 

3-B 


t/3 

u 

3 

X 

o 

9 


t/3 

X 

8 

CO 


First 
Block 

Hours' Use 
50 100 


Second 
Block 

Hours' Use 
50 100 


3 
■ O 

'■5X 
< « 

S O 

<V 


as 

u 

8 

X 

8 


1 

X 

8 

CO 


i 


* 


i 


£ 


i 


$ 


$ 


$ 


i i 


t I 


t 


$ 


$ 


1.1 


1.35 


°1.9 


0.7 


0.4 


3.10 


3.50 


1.00 


1.0 


0.5 


0.30 


2.50 


2.80 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.9 


0.8 


0.5 


3.78 


4.23 


1.00 


1.6 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


3.09 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.0 


0.8 


0.5 


2.97 


3.42 


1.00 


1.5 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


3.00 




1.5 


°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


2.3 


0.5 


0.33 


3.42 


3.72 


1.2 


1.5 


°3.8 


0.8 


0.5 


4.59 


5.04 


1.00 


3.3 


0.5 


0.33 


4.32 


4.62 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 


1.1 


1.5 


°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 






°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 




1.5 


°2.9 


0.8 


0.5 


3.78 


4.23 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 


1.1 




°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


3.36 


1.3 


1.5 


°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 


1.00 


2.1 


0.5 


0.33 


3.24 


3.54 


1.1 


1.5 


°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 




1.5 


2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.2 


0.5 


0.33 


2.43 


2.73 




1.5 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 


1.1 


1.5 


°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 






°2.0 


0.8 


0.5 


2.97 


3.42 


1.00 


1.5 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


3.00 




1.5 


2.4 




0.8 


3.33 


4.05 


1.20 


1.7 


1.2 


0.30 


2.65 


2.92 






°3.1 


0.8 


0.5 


3.96 


4.41 


1.00 


2.6 


0.5 


0.33 


3.69 


3.99 




1.5 


°1.9 


0.8 


0.5 


2.88 


3.33 


1.00 


1.4 


0.5 


0.33 


2.61 


2.91 






°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


2.3 


0.5 


0.33 


3.42 


3.72 






3.0 




1.0 


4.05 


4.95 


1.35 


3.1 


2.0 


0.33 


3.81 


4.10 






°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 




1.5 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.5 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


3.00 




1.5 


°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 


1.0 


1.5 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.5 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


3.00 


1.2 


1.5 


°1.8 


0.8 


0.5 


2.79 


3.24 


1.00 


1.3 


0.5 


0.33 


2.52 


2.82 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 






°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 






2.2 




0.8 


3.15 


3.87 


1.35 


2.8 


1.8 


0.33 


3.58 


3.88 






°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 


1.0 




°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 




1.5 


°3.7 


0.8 


0.5 


4.50 


4.95 


1.00 


2.8 


0.5 


0.33 


3.87 


4.17 






2.0 




1.0 


3.15 


4.05 


1.20 


1.9 


1.3 


0.30 


2.79 


3.06 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 


1.1 




°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 






°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 


1.2 


1.5 


°4.0 


0.8 


0.5 


4.77 


5.22 


1.00 


2.5 


0.5 


0.33 


3.60 


3.90 


1.1 


1.5 


°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 



210 



Municipal Electrical Service 



RATES AND TYPICAL BILLS FOR 

in Effect 

Rates are quoted on a monthly basis and 
and a minimum 









Residential Service 




« 

CD 


X 

E 

3 

z 

V 

3 

•o 


x 

<D CD 

£& 

g 

X 


x 

& 

0) CO 

"> o 

CuZ 

o 

<u 

w 

< 


a 

0. 

|« 

E 

3 

z 


Rate per Kwh 
for 


IB 

So 

c ^ 

C bC 

so 


Net Monthly 
Bill for 




Flat-Rat 
Der 

or Sch< 


8 

I* 

2*0 


Z<M 


x\ 

|8 


§•3 


XI 

s 

CM 


X 


X 

& 
s 

t> 




t No. 


i 


i 


No. 


i 


i 


t 


i 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


tMatheson 


.. 45 


1.22 




50 


3.4 


1.7 


w0.8 


i.i 


1.39 


4.59 


6.39 


8.19 


"tMattawa 


.. 45 


1.22 




50 


5.2 


2.6 


w0.8 


l.l 


1.67 


7.02 


8.82 


10.62 


Maxville 


.. 46 


□ 


1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


w0.8 


i.i 


1.50 


4.05 


5.85 


7.65 


McGarry Twp. . 


.. 40 


1.2 




60 


3.5 






1.1 


1.11 


3.77 


6.25 


8.72 


Meaford 


.. 42 


1.1 




60 


2.6 






1.0 


0.83 


3.11 


5.36 


7.61 


Merlin 


.. 44 


1.2 




60 


3.1 






1.0 


0.83 


3.38 


5.63 


7.88 


Merrickville .... 


.. 41 


□ 


1.1 


50 


3.2 


1.6 


w0.8 


1.1 


160 


4.32 


6.12 


7.92 


Midland 


. . 39 







50 


1.9 


0.9 


0.8 


1.1 


1.11 


2.47 


4.27 


6.07 


Mildmay 


.. 40 


1.1 




50 


3.2 


1.4 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.67 


3.96 


5.76 


7.56 


Millbroo'.c 


. . 43 


□ 




50 


4.0 


2.0 


w0.8 


1.1 


2.00 


5.40 


7.20 


9.00 


N Milton 


. . 43 
.. 43 


1.0 
1.2 


1.0 


50 
50 


3.5 
3.0 


1.2 
1.5 


w0.7 
0.9 


1.0 
1.2 


1.75 
1.39 


4.15 
4.05 


5.90 
6.07 


7.65 


Milverton 


8.10 


Mimico 


.. 37 


1.2 




50 


2.6 


1.3 




0.9 


1.67 


3.51 


5.53 


7.56 


Mitchell 


.. 40 


□ 




50 


3.4 


1.7 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.67 


4.59 


6.39 


8.19 


Moorefield 


.. 43 


1.2 




50 


2.8 


1.4 


0.8 


1.1 


1.11 


3.78 


5.58 


7.38 


Morrisburg 


. . 40 





1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.67 


4.05 


5.85 


7.65 


Mount Brydges . 


. . 41 





1.1 


50 


3.4 


1.6 


w0.8 


1.1 


2.00 


4.41 


6.21 


8.01 


Mount Forest . . 


39 .. 


□ 




50 


2.6 


1.3 


0.8 


1.1 


0.83 


3.51 


5.31 


7.11 


Napanee 


.. 38 


a 




50 


2.6 


1.3 


0.8 


1.1 


0.83 


3.51 


5.31 


7.11 


Nepean Twp. . . . 


.. 38 





A 


50 


4.6 


2.3 


w0.7 


1.1 


2.30 


6.21 


7.78 


9.36 


Neustadt 


. . 37 


1.1 




50 


2.0 


1.0 


0.7 


1.0 


1.11 


2.70 


4.27 


5.85 


Newboro 


.. 38 


1.2 




50 


3.8 


1.9 




1.0 


2.22 


5.13 


7.38 


9.63 


Newburgh 


. . 40 





1.2 


60 


4.3 






1.2 


1.39 


4.37 


7.07 


9.77 


Newbury 


. . 45 


1.5 




50 


2.8 


1.4 


0.8 


1.1 


1.11 


3.78 


5.58 


7.38 


Newcastle 


. . 42 


1.2 


1.1 


50 


2.8 


1.4 




1.0 


1.67 


3.78 


6.03 


8.28 


New Hamburg. . 


.. 39 




1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


0.9 


1.2 


1.11 


4.05 


6.07 


8.10 


tNew Liskeard . . . 


. . 42 


1.22 




50 


4.0 


2.0 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.39 


5.40 


7.20 


9.00 


Newmarket 


.. 38 


1.2 


1.1 


50 


2.8 


1.4 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.40 


3.78 


5.58 


7.38 


New Toronto. . . 


. . 37 





1.1 


60 


2.6 






1.2 


0.83 


3.46 


6.16 


8.86 


Niagara 


.. 42 


1.1 


1.1 


50 


3.2 


1.5 




1.1 


1.75 


4.14 


6.61 


9.09 


Niagara Falls. . . 


. . 40 


•1.1 




50 


3.5 


1.4 




0.7 


1.75 


4.09 


5.67 


7.24 


Nipigon Twp. . . 


. . 37 


1.2 


1.11 


50 


3.0 


1.2 


w0.7 


1.0 


2.00 


3.51 


5.08 


6.66 


North Bay 


42 . . 


a 




60 


2.5 






1.2 


1.11 


3.40 


6.10 


8.80 


NorthYork Twp. 


. . 37 





1.1 


50 


3.4 


1.6 




1.1 


1.67 


4.41 


6.88 


9.36 


Norwich 


46 .. 


a 




60 


3.4 






1.2 


1.11 


3.89 


6.59 


9.29 


Norwood 


. . 42 


a 




50 


2.6 


1.3 


0.8 


1.1 


1.11 


3.51 


5.31 


7.11 


§§Oakville 


. . 40 







50 


4.0 


1.8 


w0.7 


1.1 


2.00 


5.04 


6.61 


8.19 


Oil Springs 


. . 45 


a 




50 


2.8 


1.4 


0.8 


1.1 


0.83 


3.78 


5.58 


7.38 


Omemee 


. . 45 


a 




50 


3.4 


1.7 


w0.9 


1.1 


2.22 


4.59 


6.61 


8.64 


Orangeville 




43 


i.i 




50 


3.0 


1.5 


0.9 


1.2 


1.11 


4.05 


6.07 


8.10 



tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

'Residential Electric Heating 1.1c gross per kwh for all monthly consumption over 1,250 kwh per month where total load 

is on one meter. 

For explanatory notes and water-heating schedules see pages 218 to 221. 



Statement C 



211 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
December 31, 1964 

are subject to 10% prompt payment discount 
montLlv charge 



Commercial Service 






■~. o 

« -• 

81 

< 



Demand Rate 

per 100 Watts 

5.0 Cents, 

Minimum 50 Cents 

Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each K\v of Demand 



o 

~X 

£2 



o 
^X 



-uX 



Net Monthly 

Bill for 
Use of 1 Kw 
of Demand 



Industrial Power Service 



Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 



First 
Block 



Hours' Use 
50 100 



Second 
Block 



Hours' Use 
50 100 



3 
i O 

< nj 



Net Monthly 
Bill for Use 

of 1 Kw 
of Demand 



i 


i 


i 


i 


$ 


$ 


1.5 


°3.3 


0.8 


0.5 


4.14 


4.59 


1.5 


°5.2 


0.8 


0.5 


5.85 


6.30 


1.5 


°2.9 


0.8 


0.5 


3.78 


4.23 




3.0 




1.0 


4.05 


4.95 


1.5 


2.2 




0.8 


3.15 


3.87 




2.6 




0.7 


3.42 


4.05 


1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.5 


°1.6 


0.8 


0.5 


2.61 


3.06 


1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.5 


°3.5 


0.8 


0.5 


4.32 


4.77 


1.35 


°2.1 


0.7 


0.4 


3.30 


3.70 




°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 




°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.5 


°2.9 


0.8 


0.5 


3.78 


4.23 


1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.5 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.5 


°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 




°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.5 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.5 


°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.5 


°1.6 


0.8 


0.5 


2.61 


3.06 




°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 




3.8 




1.2 


4.95 


6.03 




°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.5 


°3.6 


0.8 


0.5 


4.41 


4.86 


1.5 


°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 




°2.1 


0.8 


0.5 


3.06 


3.51 


1.5 


°2.9 


0.8 


0.5 


3.78 


4.23 


s 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.5 


°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.5 


2.0 




0.9 


3.06 


3.87 


1.5 


°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 




3.0 




1.0 


4.05 


4.95 




°2.1 


0.8 


0.5 


3.06 


3.51 


1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.5 


°3.2 


0.8 


0.5 


4.05 


4.50 


1.5 


°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.35 
1.20 

1.35 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.35 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.20 
1.00 
1.35 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



t i 


I i 


i 


$ 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.2 


0.5 


0.33 


4.23 


2.4 


0.5 


33 


3.51 


3.1 


2.0 


0.33 


3.81 


2.1 


1.4 


0.30 


2.92 


2.8 


1.8 


0.33 


3.58 


1.5 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


0.9 


0.5 


0.33 


2.16 


2.1 


0.5 


0.33 


3.24 


2.3 


0.5 


0.33 


3.42 


1.6 


0.5 


0.30 


3.10 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


1.5 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


2.1 


0.5 


0.33 


3.24 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


1.3 


0.5 


0.33 


2.52 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


1.0 


0.5 


0.33 


2.25 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


2.5 


1.6 


0.33 


3.36 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


1.4 


0.5 


0.33 


2.61 


2.1 


0.5 


0.33 


3.24 


1.5 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


1.6 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


2.1 


1.4 


0.30 


2.92 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


2.5 


1.6 


0.33 


3.36 


1.6 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


2.8 


0.5 


0.33 


3.87 


1.4 


0.5 


0.33 


2.61 



2\2 



Municipal Electrical Service 



RATES AND TYPICAL BILLS FOR 

in Effect 

Rates are quoted on a monthly basis and 
and a minimum 









Residential Service 




bfl 
« 


u 

6 
s 
z 

3 

■a 


xi 
ft 53 

■Has 

S 

§ 


JO 

t* 

<u 

1) CO 

O 0) 

> O 

W a) 

w 

< 


_oj 
"a 
§-* 

Cflg 

*3 

A co 

o£ 

E 

3 


Rate per Kwh 
for 


So 

'EU 


Net Monthly 
Bill for 




Flat-Rat 
per 

or Sch< 


8 

Co 






J2 

r ^ 


8 

in 


.C 


fed 

o 
t> 




i No. 


i 


* 


No. 


j5 


t 


t 


i 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Orillia 


.. 36 


1.33 




60 


2.3 






0.9 


0.83 


2.78 


4.81 


6.83 


Orono 


.. 40 
.. 34 


1.1 


i.i 
i.i 


50 
50 


3.0 
2.2 


1.5 
1.1 


0.7 


1.1 
1.0 


1.50 
0.83 


4.05 
2.97 


6.52 

4.54 


9.00 


Oshawa 


6.12 


Ottawa 


32 .. 


* 




a(60 
a\60 


<§>/2.0 

li.o 






^0.5 


0.83 


2.80 


3.92 


5.05 


•Otterville 


.. 44 


D 




50 


3.4 


1.4 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.50 


4.05 


5.85 


7.65 


Owen Sound .... 


.. 37 


1.1 


i.i 


60 


2.4 






1.1 


1.11 


3.18 


5.65 


8.13 


Paisley 


. . 43 


1.1 




60 


3.5 






1.0 


1.39 


3.60 


5.85 


8.10 


Palmerston 


. . 43 





i.i 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


w0.8 


1.1 


2.22 


4.05 


5.85 


7.65 


Paris 


.. 42 


1.2 




60 


2.8 






1.3 


0.83 


3.73 


6.66 


9.58 


Parkhill 


. . 44 


1.2 




50 


3.2 


1.6 


0.9 


1.3 


1.11 


4.32 


6.34 


8.37 


Parry Sound .... 


.. 42 





i.i 


50 


3.4 


1.7 




1.1 


1.67 


4.59 


7.06 


9.54 


Penetanguishene 


.. 37 


1.1 




50 


2.2 


1.1 


0.7 


1.0 


1.11 


2.97 


4.54 


6.12 


Perth 


.. 37 


1.1 




50 


2.8 


1.4 




1.0 


1.67 


3.78 


6.03 


8.28 


Peterborough . . . 


. . 36 


□ 


i.i 


50 


4.7 






1.1 


2.35 


4.09 


6.57 


9.04 


Petrolia 


.. 45 


D 




50 


3.2 


1.6 


1.0 


1.1 


0.83 


4.32 


6.57 


8.82 


Pickering 


.. 37 


□ 




50 


3.8 


1.9 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.90 


5.13 


6.93 


8.73 


tPickle Lake 


























Landing 


.. 45 


1.22 




50 


4.4 


2.2 


w0.9 


1.2 


2.22 


5.94 


7.96 


9.99 


Picton 


41 


□ 




50 


2.6 


1.3 


0.8 


1.1 


1.11 


3.51 


5.31 


7.11 


Plantagenet .... 


.. 43 


□ 




50 


4.8 


2.4 


w0.8 


1.1 


2.40 


6.48 


8.28 


10.08 


Plattsville 


. . 42 







50 


3.4 


1.7 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.70 


4.59 


6.39 


8.19 


Point Edward. . . 


.. 38 







50 


3.0 


1.5 


0.9 


1.1 


1.11 


4.05 


6.07 


8.10 


Port Arthur .... 


. . 38 


1.2 


i.i 


50 


4.0 


1.2 


w0.6 


0.9 


2.00 


3.96 


5.31 


6.66 


Port Burwell 


. . 45 





1.2 


50 


4.4 


2.2 


w0.8 


1.2 


2.78 


5.94 


7.74 


9.54 


tPort Carling. . . . 


.. 41 


1.22 




50 


4.4 


2.2 


w0.8 


1.2 


3.33 


5.94 


7.74 


9.54 


Port Col borne . . 


.. 41 


□ 




60 


2.8 


1.2 


w0.8 


1.2 


0.83 


3.56 


5.40 


7.20 


Port Credit 


.. 38 


1.2 




50 


2.8 


1.4 


0.8 


1.1 


1.11 


3.78 


5.58 


7.38 


Port Dover 


49 







50 


2.8 


1.4 


w0.8 


1.1 


2.22 


3.78 


5.58 


7.38 


Port Elgin 


44 


□ 


1.2 


50 


3.2 


1.6 


0.9 


1.3 


2.00 


4.32 


6.34 


8.37 


Port Hope 


40 


□ 


1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


0.9 


1.2 


1.11 


4.05 


6.07 


8.10 


Port McNicoll . . 


. 39 







50 


2.6 


1.3 


0.8 


1.1 


1.11 


3.51 


5.31 


7.11 


Port Perry 


45 







50 


3.4 


1.4 


w0.7 


1.1 


1.70 


4.05 


5.62 


7.20 


Port Rowan .... 


50 


1.2 




50 


3.0 


1.4 


w0.8 


1.1 


2.22 


3.87 


5.67 


7.47 


Port Stanley .... 


. . 45 


1.2 




50 


3.2 


1.6 


1.0 


1.4 


1.11 


4.32 


6.57 


8.82 


tPowassan 


. 42 


1.22 




50 


3.6 


1.8 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.67 


4.86 


6.66 


8.46 


Prescott 


.. 37 


1.1 


1.1 


50 


2.4 


1.2 


w0.6 


1.0 


1.67 


3.24 


4.59 


5.94 


Preston 


. . 36 


□ 


1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


0.9 


1.2 


1.39 


4.05 


6.07 


8.10 


Priceville 


. . 47 


□ 




50 


4.0 


2.0 




1.2 


2.00 


5.40 


8.10 


10.80 


Princeton 


. . 45 


1.1 




60 


3.0 






1.0 


1.39 


3.33 


558 


7.83 


Queenston 


40 


1.1 




50 


2.6 


1.3 




0.8 


0.83 


3.51 


5.31 


7.11 


Rainy River. . . . 




48 





A 


50 


5.0 


2.1 


w0.7 


1.1 


2.50 


6.03 


7.60 


9.18 



t Retail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

•Residential Electric Heating 2.0^ gross per kwh for all monthly consumption over 1,500 kwh, where total load is on one 

meter, applicable to customers so designated by utility. 

For explanatory notes and water-heating schedules see pages 218 to 221. 



Statement C 



213 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
December 31, 1964 

are subject to 10% prompt payment discount 
monthly charge 



Commercial Service 


Industrial Power Service 


be 
c 
'2, 


ft* 

^ rd 

a; 
jo 

x> 
< 


Demand Rate 

per 100 Watts 

5.0 Cents, 

Minimum 50 Cents 


Net Monthly 

Bill for 
Use of 1 Kw 
of Demand 


3 

a 

V 

•a 

c 

d 

s 

& 


Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 


Net M 

Bill fo 

of 1 

of De 


onthly 
r Use 
Kw 




Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 


mand 


I 


co 
u 

3 
O 

^X 


co 
1 

^x 

k 


co 

.J 

"O — 

< a 

93 


co 

3 

in 

s 


co 
§ 

X 

8 

CO 


First 
Block 

Hours' Use 
50 100 


Second 
Block 

Hours' Use 
50 100 


co 
u 

J 

•EX 

"O _• 
< g 

3-B 


co 

u 

X 

8 

CM 


CO 

8 

X 

8 

CO 


i 


1 
ft 


t 


i 


i 


$ 


$ 


$ 


t i 


i i 


i 


$ 


$ 




1.5 


1.8 




0.8 


2.79 


3.51 


1.00 


1.4 


0.9 


0.30 


2.20 


2.47 






°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 


1.0 


1.5 


°1.8 


0.8 


0.5 


2.79 


3.24 


1.00 


1.2 


0.5 


0.33 


2.43 


2.73 






2.0 


0.8 


0.5 


2.97 


3.42 


1.00 


1.4 


0.5 


0.33 


2.61 


2.91 






°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 


1.00 


2.5 


0.5 


0.33 


3.60 


3.90 






°2.0 


0.8 


0.5 


2.97 


3.42 


1.00 


1.5 


1.1 


0.30 


2.34 


2.61 




1.5 


3.0 




1.0 


4.05 


4.95 


1.35 


2.6 


1.7 


0.33 


3.45 


3.74 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 




1.5 


2.3 




0.8 


3.24 


3.96 


1.00 


1.5 


1.1 


0.30 


2.34 


2.61 


1.3 




°2.9 


0.8 


0.5 


3.78 


4.23 


1.00 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


3.63 


1.5 


1.5 


°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


2.1 


0.5 


0.33 


3.24 


3.54 






°1.6 


0.8 


0.5 


2.61 


3.06 


1.00 


1.0 


0.5 


0.33 


2.25 


2.55 




1.5 


°2.0 


0.8 


0.5 


2.97 


3.42 


1.00 


1.3 


0.5 


0.33 


2.52 


2.82 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.2 


0.5 


0.33 


2.43 


2.73 




1.5 


3.2 


0.8 


0.5 


4.05 


4.50 


1.00 


2.7 


0.5 


0.33 


3.78 


4.08 




1.5 


°2.0 


0.8 


0.5 


2.97 


3.42 


1.00 


1.5 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


3.00 


1.2 


1.5 


°3.8 


0.8 


0.5 


4.59 


5.04 


1.00 


3.3 


0.5 


0.33 


4.32 


4.62 




1.5 


2.1 


0.8 


0.5 


3.06 


3.51 


1.00 


1.6 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


3.09 


1.2 


1.5 


°3.5 


0.8 


0.5 


4.32 


4.77 


1.00 


3.0 


0.5 


0.33 


4.05 


4.35 


1.1 


1.5 


°3.2 


0.8 


0.5 


4.05 


4.50 


1.00 


. . 2.5 


0.5 


0.33 


3.60 


3.90 




1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


1.6 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


3.09 




1.5 


°2.0 


0.8 


0.5 


2.97 


3.42 


1.00 


1.3 


0.5 


0.33 


2.52 


2.82 




1.5 


°3.4 


0.8 


0.5 


4.23 


4.68 


1.00 


2.5 


0.5 


0.33 


3.60 


3.90 


1.6 


1.5 


4.2 


0.8 


0.5 


4.95 


5.40 


1.00 


2.7 


0.5 


0.33 


3.78 


4.08 


1.2 


1.5 


2.5 




1.1 


3.69 


4.68 


1.20 


1.9 


1.3 


0.30 


2.79 


3.06 


1.4 


1.5 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


1.6 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


3.09 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


3.63 




1.5 


°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.6 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


3.09 






°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


3.36 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


2.3 


0.5 


0.33 


3.42 


3.72 






°2.9 


0.8 


0.5 


3.78 


4.23 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 


1.1 


1.5 


°3.4 


0.8 


0.5 


4.23 


4.68 


1.00 


2.7 


0.5 


0.33 


3.78 


4.08 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.1 


0.8 


0.5 


3.06 


3.51 


1.00 


1.5 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


3.00 


1.2 




°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


1.5 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


3.00 






3.8 


0.8 


0.5 


4.59 


5.04 


1.00 


2.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.96 


4.26 






2.7 




0.8 


3.60 


4.32 


1.20 


2.1 


1.4 


0.30 


2.92 


3.19 






°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 


1.3 


1.5 


°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 


1.00 


2.5 


0.5 


0.33 


3.60 


3.90 



214 



Municipal Electrical Service 



RATES AND TYPICAL BILLS FOR 

in Effect 

Rates are quoted on a monthly basis and 
and a minimum 









Residential Service 




xS 


42 

E 
s 
Z 

3 

■a 


43 

«i» 

•fiS5 

3 
O 

X 


43 

fed 

o <u 
*E| 
W <u 

•c& 

u 
S3 

w 

< 


•a 

a 

is 
e 

3 

2 


Rate per Kwh 
for 


§2 
So 

c i> 

C W) 

c fl 
SO 

i 


Net Monthly 
Bill for 




Flat- Rati 
per 

or Scht 


8 

So 


43 


43 


43 
. & 

'O — c 

< s 


43 

s 


43 


43 

l> 




i No. 


i 


i 


No. 


i 


i 


i 


I 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


tRed Lake Twp. . 


.. 45 


1.22 




50 


4.4 


2.2 


w0.9 


1.2 


2.22 


5.94 


7.96 


9.99 


Red Rock 


.. 32 


1.3 


l.n 


50 


2.4 


1.2 


0.7 


1.0 


1.67 


3.24 


4.81 


6.39 


Renfrew 


.. 36 


1.1 




50 


2.6 


1.3 


0.7 


1.0 


1.11 


3.51 


5.08 


6.66 


Richmond 


.. 35 


1.2 


i.i 


50 


3.0 


1.3 


w0.7 


1.1 


1.50 


3.69 


5.26 


6.84 


Richmond Hill . . 


.. 40 


1.2 


i.i 


50 


3.4 


1.7 




1.0 


1.70 


4.59 


6.84 


9.09 


Ridgetown 


.. 45 


□ 




60 


2.9 






1.1 


0.83 


3.45 


5.92 


8.40 


Ripley 


.. 43 


D 




50 


2.8 


1.4 


0.8 


1.1 


1.39 


3.78 


5.58 


7.38 


Riverside 


.. 36 


□ 


i.i 


50 


3.2 


1.5 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.67 


4.14 


5.94 


7.74 


Rockland 


.. 40 





i.i 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.67 


4.05 


5.85 


7.65 


Rockwood 


.. 45 




1.2 


50 


3.4 


1.7 


1.0 


1.4 


1.39 


4.59 


6.84 


9.09 


Rodney 


.. 45 




1.1 


50 


3.2 


1.6 


w0.8 


1.2 


1.60 


4.32 


6.12 


7.92 


Rosseau 


.. 43 


□ 




50 


3.4 


1.7 


1.0 


1.4 


1.67 


4.59 


6.84 


9.09 


Russell 


.. 38 
.. 42 


□ 





50 
50 


2.6 
3.5 


1.3 
1.3 


w0.8 
w0.7 


1.1 

1.1 


1.33 
1.75 


3.51 
3.91 


5.31 
5.49 


7.11 


St. Catharines . . 


7.06 


St. Clair Beach . 


. . 42 


□ 


1.1 


50 


3.6 


1.8 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.67 


4.86 


6.66 


8.46 


St. George 


.. 44 


1.1 




50 


2.4 


1.2 


0.7 


1.0 


1.11 


3.24 


4.81 


6.39 


St. Jacobs 


.. 42 





1.1 


60 


3.0 






1.1 


0.83 


3.50 


5.98 


8.45 


St. Mary's 


43 *39 


1.1 




50 


3.0 


1.5 


0.9 


1.2 


1.39 


4.05 


6.07 


8.10 


St. Thomas 


. . 40 


□ 




50 


3.2 


1.6 




1.1 


1.11 


4.32 


6.79 


9.27 


Sandwich East 


























Twp 


.. 41 


□ 


1.2 


50 


4.0 


1.9 




1.1 


1.67 


5.22 


7.69 


10.17 


Sandwich West 




Twp 


.. 41 
.. 40 


1.1 




1.2 
1.1 


50 
50 


4.0 
4.0 


1.9 
1.6 


w0.7 


1.0 
1.1 


1.67 
1.67 


5.22 
4.68 


7.47 
6.25 


9.72 


Sarnia 


7.83 


Scarborough 




Twp 


.. 37 
.. 37 


1.2 
1.2 


1.1 

1.11 


50 
50 


3.0 
3.0 


1.5 

1.1 


w0.7 


1.0 
1.0 


2.22 
2.00 


4.05 
3.33 


6.30 
4.90 


8.55 


Schreiber Twp. . 


6.48 


Seaforth 


.. 36 


□ 


1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


0.8 


1.2 


1.11 


4.05 


5.85 


7.65 


Shelburne 


.. 43 


□ 




50 


2.8 


1.4 


0.8 


1.1 


1.11 


3.78 


5.58 


7.38 


Simcoe 


41 


1.1 


1.1 


50 


2.2 


1.1 


0.7 


1.0 


1.11 


2.97 


4.54 


6.12 


Sioux Lookout. . 


. 49 


□ 




50 


4.0 


1.5 


w0.9 


1.2 


2.00 


4.50 


6.52 


8.55 


Smith's Falls . . . 


. . 40 




1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.50 


4.05 


5.85 


7.65 


Smith ville 


. . 44 


□ 




60 


3.2 






1.2 


0.83 


3.78 


6.48 


9.18 


Southampton . . . 


. . 45 


□ 




50 


3.2 






1.1 


1.11 


3.42 


5.89 


8.37 


tSouth Porcupine 


. 42 


1.22 




50 


3.4 


1.7 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.39 


4.59 


6.39 


8.19 


South River .... 


. . 45 







50 


5.0 


2.5 


w0.8 


1.1 


2.22 


6.75 


8.55 


10.35 


Springfield 


41 







50 


3.0 


1.3 


w0.7 


1.1 


2.22 


3.69 


5.26 


6.84 


Stayner 


41 


1.1 




50 


2.4 


1.2 


0.7 


1.0 


1.11 


3.24 


4.81 


6.39 


Stirling 


. . 38 


□ 




50 


2.8 


1.4 


0.8 


1.1 


1.11 


3.78 


5.58 


7.38 


Stoney Creek . . . 


. . 45 





1.1 


50 


3.6 


1.6 


w0.8 


1.1 


2.00 


4.50 


6.30 


8.10 


Stouffville 


. 39 


1.1 


1.1 


50 


3.4 


1.6 


w0.7 


1.1 


1.70 


4.41 


5.98 


7.56 


Stratford 


. . 40 


□ 


1.1 


60 


2.9 






1.2 


0.83 


3.62 


6.32 


9.02 


Strathroy 




37 


□ 


1 ... 


50 


3.8 


1.4 


0.8 


1.1 


2.00 


4.23 


6.03 


7.83 



tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 
'Applicable to flat-rate water heaters of 700 watts and above. 
For explanatory notes and water-heating schedules see pages 218 to 221. 



Statement C 



215 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
December 31, 1964 

are subject to 10% prompt payment discount 
monthly charge 



Commercial Service 


Industrial Power Service 


c 
'2, 


.2 

x> 
< 


Demand Rate 

per 100 Watts 

5.0 Cents, 

Minimum 50 Cents 


Net Monthly 

Bill for 
Use of 1 Kw 
of Demand 


u 

I 

V 
03 

-a 

c 

C3 

£ 
Q 


Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 


Net Monthly 
Bill for Use 

of 1 Kw 
of Demand 


o 


Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 


E 



U 


CO 

3 
O 

£2 


CO 

u 

B 

l§ 


3 

3-1 


CO 

g 

X 


u 

§ 

X 

8 

CO 


First 
Block 

Hours' Use 
50 100 


Second 
Block 

Hours' Use 
50 100 


2 

3 


co 

3 

X 

i 


CO 

1 

X 

1 


t 


* 


i 


i 


i 


$ 


$ 


$ 


i i 


i i 


i 


$ 


$ 


1.2 


1.5 


°3.8 


0.8 


0.5 


4.59 


5.04 


1.00 


3.3 


0.5 


0.33 


4.32 


4.62 






°1.7 


0.8 


0.5 


2.70 


3.15 


1.00 


0.9 


0.5 


0.33 


2.16 


2.46 






°1.8 


0.8 


0.5 


2.79 


3.24 


1.00 


1.2 


0.5 


0.33 


2.43 


2.73 






°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


3.36 


1.4 


1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


2.1 


0.5 


0.33 


3.24 


3.54 




1.5 


2.4 




0.9 


3.42 


4.23 


1.35 


2.2 


1.4 


0.33 


3.13 


3.43 






°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 






°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 




1.5 


°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


2.3 


0.5 


0.33 


3.42 


3.72 




1.5 


°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 


1.00 


2.5 


0.5 


0.33 


3.60 


3.90 




1.5 


°2.9 


0.8 


0.5 


3.78 


4.23 


1.00 


2.1 


0.5 


0.33 


3.24 


3.54 




1.5 


°2.0 


0.8 


0.5 


2.97 


3.42 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 


1.1 


1.5 


2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.20 


1.9 


1.3 


0.30 


2.79 


3.06 




1.5 


°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 


1.00 


2.3 


0.5 


0.33 


3.42 


3.72 




1.5 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


3.36 






2.5 




1.0 


3.60 


4.50 


1.20 


1.7 


1.2 


0.30 


2.65 


2.92 






°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


1.5 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


3.00 






°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.6 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


3.09 


1.1 


1.5 


°3.1 


0.8 


0.5 


3.96 


4.41 


1.00 


2.6 


0.5 


0.33 


3.69 


3.99 


1.0 


1.5 


°2.9 


0.8 


0.5 


3.78 


4.23 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 


1.5 


1.5 


°3.5 


0.8 


0.5 


4.32 


4.77 


1.00 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


3.63 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.6 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


3.09 




1.5 


°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.6 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


3.09 


1.1 




°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.5 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


3.00 


1.0 


1.5 


°1.9 


0.8 


0.5 


2.88 


3.33 


1.00 


1.4 


0.5 


0.33 


2.61 


2.91 


1.2 


1.5 


3.5 


0.8 


0.5 


4.32 


4.77 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.0 


0.8 


0.5 


2.97 


3.42 


1.00 


1.4 


0.5 


0.33 


2.61 


2.91 




1.5 


2.8 




1.1 


3.96 


4.95 


1.35 


2.5 


1.6 


0.33 


3.36 


3.65 




1.5 


2.9 




1.1 


4.05 


5.04 


1.35 


2.2 


1.4 


0.33 


3.13 


3.43 


1.1 


1.5 


°3.3 


0.8 


0.5 


4.14 


4.59 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 


1.5 


1.5 


°4.5 


0.8 


0.5 


5.22 


5.67 


1.00 


3.5 


0.5 


0.33 


4.50 


4.80 


1.5 


1.5 


°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 


1.0 


1.5 


°1.8 


0.8 


0.5 


2.79 


3.24 


1.00 


1.3 


0.5 


0.33 


2.52 


2.82 






°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.3 


0.5 


0.33 


2.52 


2.82 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 


1.3 


1.5 


°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 




1.5 


2.4 




0.7 


3.24 


3.87 


1.20 


1.7 


1.2 


0.30 


2.65 


2.92 


1.1 


15 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 



216 



Municipal Electrical Service 



RATES AND TYPICAL BILLS FOR 

in Effect 

Rates are quoted on a monthly basis and 
and a minimum 









Residential Service 




.S 

Ss 

u & 

£8 


- 

s 

s 
z 

3 


x\ 

u 

•£z 

0) <3 

% 
a 
o 
X 


X 

■> o 

iuZ 

M 0) 

o 

0> 

w 

< 


a 

C/5g 

S 

3 


Rate per Kwh 
for 


>> 

l8 

So 

11 
SO 


Net Monthly 
Bill for 




Flat-Rat 
per 

or Sch< 




J3 


si 
1)2 

£8 




Xi 

S 




Xt 

M 
8 

o 




t No. 


t 


j5 


No. 


i 


t 


i 


t 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Streetsville 


.. 43 


1.2 


1.1 


50 


4.0 


1.3 


w0.7 


i.i 


2.00 


4.14 


5.71 


7.29 


Sturgeon Falls . . 


.. 40 


□ 




50 


3.2 


1.6 




1.2 


2.22 


4.32 


7.02 


9.72 


N Sudbury 


.. 32 


1.1 


1.0 


50 


3.0 


1.2 


w0.7 


1.0 


1.50 


3.90 


5.65 


7.40 


Sunderland 


.. 40 


□ 




50 


2.6 


1.3 


0.7 


1.1 


1.11 


3.51 


5.08 


6.66 


Sundridge 


.. 43 







50 


2.8 


1.4 


w0.8 


1.1 


2.22 


3.78 


5.58 


7.38 


Sutton 


.. 45 
.. 37 



1.2 


1.1 


50 
50 


4.0 
2.8 


1.7 

1.4 


w0.7 


1.1 
1.0 


2.00 
1.67 


4.86 
3.78 


6.43 
6.03 


8.01 


Swansea 


8.28 


Tara 


.. 41 

.. *33 



1.1 




50 
50 


2.6 
3.2 


1.3 

1.4 


0.8 
w0.6 


1.1 
1.2 


1.11 
1.67 


3.51 
3.96 


5.31 
5.31 


7.11 


Tavistock 


6.66 


Tecumseh 


.. 41 


□ 


1.1 


50 


3.6 


1.8 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.67 


4.86 


6.66 


8.46 


Teeswater 


.. 42 


□ 




50 


2.6 


1.3 


0.8 


1.1 


1.11 


3.51 


5.31 


7.11 


Terrace Bay 


.. 36 
.. 45 


1.3 




1.11 
1.1 


50 
50 


2.6 
3.7 


1.3 
1.5 


w0.8 


0.9 
1.1 


1.67 
2.00 


3.51 
4.36 


5.53 
6.16 


7.56 


Thamesford .... 


7.96 


Thamesville .... 


.. 45 


□ 




50 


2.8 


1.4 


0.8 


1.1 


0.83 


3.78 


5.58 


7.38 


Thedford 


.. 45 


□ 




50 


3.0 


1.5 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.67 


4.05 


5.85 


7.65 


Thessalon 


.. 48 


□ 


1.2 


50 


4.0 


2.0 




1.2 


2.22 


5.40 


8.10 


10.80 


Thornbury 


.. 42 


□ 




60 


3.5 






1.3 


1.11 


4.11 


7.04 


9.96 


Thorndale 


.. 42 


1.2 




50 


3.2 


1.6 


1.0 


1.4 


1.11 


4.32 


6.57 


8.82 


fThornloe 


.. 42 


1.39 




50 


4.0 


2.0 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.39 


5.40 


7.20 


9.00 


Thornton 


.. 39 


1.1 




60 


3.8 






1.0 


1.39 


3.76 


6.01 


8.26 


Thorold 


.. 40 







50 


4.0 


2.1 


w0.8 


1.2 


2.22 


5.58 


7.38 


9.18 


Tilbury 


.. 45 


1.2 


1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


0.9 


1.2 


0.83 


4.05 


6.07 


8.10 


Tillsonburg 


.. 40 


□ 


1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


0.8 


1.1 


1.67 


4.05 


5.85 


7.65 


■jTimmins 


.. 42 


1.22 




50 


3.4 


1.7 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.39 


4.59 


6.39 


8.19 


Toronto 


@ 


D 


1.-1 


60 


2.0 






1.4 


0.83 


3.47 


6.62 


9.77 


nToronto Twp. . . 


37 







50 


4.0 


1.4 


w0.7 


1.0 


2.00 


4.80 


6.55 


8.30 


Tottenham 


43 







50 


2.6 


1.3 


0.8 


1.1 


1.39 


3.51 


5.31 


7.11 


Trenton 


.. 34 


1.1 


1.1 


50 


2.4 


1.2 


0.7 


1.0 


1.11 


3.24 


4.81 


6.39 


Tweed 


.. 37 
.. 39 


1.1 
1.1 




50 
50 


2.4 
2.6 


1.2 
1.3 


w0.7 

0.7 


1.0 
1.0 


1.50 
1.11 


3.24 
3.51 


4.81 
5.08 


6.39 


Uxbridge 


6.66 


Vankleek Hill... 


. . 39 


□ 


1.1 


50 


3.2 


1.6 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.60 


4.32 


6.12 


7.92 


Victoria Harbour 


. . 43 


1.1 




60 


3.2 






1.3 


1.39 


3.95 


6.88 


9.80 


Walkerton 


38 . . 


□ 




50 


2.6 


1.3 


0.8 


1.1 


1.11 


3.51 


5.31 


7.11 


Wallaceburg. . . . 


. . 41 


1.1 




50 


2.4 


1.2 


0.7 


1.0 


1.11 


3.24 


4.81 


6.39 


Wardsville 


. 45 


1.1 




60 


3.6 






0.9 


1.11 


3.48 


5.51 


7.53 


Warkworth 


41 




1.1 


50 


3.4 


1.7 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.70 


4.59 


6.39 


8.19 


Wasaga Beach. . 


. . 42 


□ 




50 


3.6 


1.8 




1.1 


1.67 


4.86 


7.33 


9.81 


Waterdown 


.. 40 


□ 


1.1 


50 


4.0 


1.3 


w0.8 


1.1 


2.00 


4.14 


5.94 


7.74 


Waterford 


.. 45 







50 


3.4 


1.6 


w0.8 


1.1 


2.22 


4.41 


6.21 


8.01 


Waterloo 




35 


□ 


1.1 


60 


2.6 






1.1 


0.83 


3.28 


5.76 


8.23 



tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

'Applicable to flat-rate water heaters of 750 watts and above; for fiat-rate water heaters of 700 watts or below, apply 
Schedule 39. 

For explanatory notes and water-heating schedules see pages 218 to 221. 



Statement C 



217 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
December 31, 1964 

are subject to 10% prompt payment discount 
monthly charge 



Commercial Service 


Industrial Power Service 


C 

15 


0) 

s: 03 

is a: 

O.M 
££ 
*3 O 

a +■» 

ai 

03 f 
< 


Demand Rate 

per 100 Watts 

5.0 Cents, 

Minimum 50 Cents 


Net Monthly- 
Bill for 
Use of 1 Kw 
of Demand 


u 

V 

a 
o 

-a 

c 

03 

s 

Q 


Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 


Net Monthly 
Bill for Use 

of 1 Kw 
of Demand 


h 

3tt 


Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 


E 

o 
U 


t/2 
U 

3 

^X 

£2 


u 

§ 
^X 


a 

3 
<j 03 

a o 
<+3 


i 

X 

8 

CM 


it 

3 
O 

X 

8 

CO 


First 
Block 

Hours' Use 
50 100 


Second 
Block 

Hours' Use 
50 100 


J 

S-8 


en 

3 
O 

X 
o 
o 

CM 


§ 

X 

1 


* 


P 


i 


i 


t 


$ 


$ 


$ 


£ £ 


i t 


i 


$ 


$ 


1.2 


1.5 


2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 


1.1 


1.35 


2.2 


0.7 


0.45 


3.40 


3.85 


1.00 


1.5 


0.5 


0.30 


3.00 


3.30 




1.5 


°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 


1.4 


1.5 


°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


3.36 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


3.63 




1.5 


°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 




1.5 


°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


3.36 


1.5 


1.5 


°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 




1.5 


°2.9 


0.8 


0.5 


3.78 


4.23 


1.00 


2.1 


0.5 


0.33 


3.24 


3.54 




1.5 


°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 






°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 


1.4 


1.5 


°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


2.3 


0.5 


0.33 


3.42 


3.72 




1.5 


°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 


1.1 


1.5 


°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 


1.00 


2.3 


0.5 


0.33 


3.42 


3.72 


1.2 


1.5 


°3.8 


0.8 


0.5 


4.59 


5.04 


1.00 


3.2 


0.5 


0.33 


4.23 


4.53 




1.5 


3.1 




1.3 


4.41 


5.58 


1.20 


1.9 


1.3 


0.30 


2.79 


3.06 






°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


3.36 


1.1 


1.5 


°3.6 


0.8 


0.5 


4.41 


4.86 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 






3.3 




1.0 


4.32 


5.22 


1.35 


2.8 


1.8 


0.33 


3.58 


3.88 


1.3 


1.5 


3.3 


0.8 


0.5 


4.14 


4.59 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 






°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


3.36 




1.5 


°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 


1.1 


1.5 


°3.3 


0.8 


0.5 


4.14 


4.59 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 


1.2 


s 


b2.1 




0.7 


3.28 


3.91 


1.10 


2.1 


1.4 


0.38 


2.91 


3.25 


1.4 


1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 




1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


2.1 


0.5 


0.33 


3.24 


3.54 


1.0 


1.5 


°1.9 


0.8 


0.5 


2.88 


3.33 


1.00 


1.3 


0.5 


0.33 


2.52 


2.82 


1.0 


1.5 


°1.9 


0.8 


0.5 


2.88 


3.33 


1.00 


1.3 


0.5 


0.33 


2.52 


2.82 


1.0 


1.5 


°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


3.36 




1.5 


°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 






2.7 




1.3 


4.05 


5.22 


1.35 


2.8 


1.8 


0.33 


3.58 


3.88 




1.5 


°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.4 


0.5 


0.33 


2.61 


2.91 


1.1 




°1.9 


0.8 


0.5 


2.88 


3.33 


1.00 


1.3 


0.5 


0.33 


2.52 


2.82 






3.2 




0.8 


4.05 


4.77 


1.35 


2.8 


1.8 


0.33 


3.58 


3.88 


1.1 




°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


2.1 


0.5 


0.33 


3.24 


3.54 






°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 


1.00 


2.5 


0.5 


0.33 


3.60 


3.90 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.5 


0.8 


0.5 


3.42 


3.87 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.9 


0.8 


0.5 


3.78 


4.23 


1.00 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


3.63 




1.5 


2.2 




1.0 


3.33 


4.23 


1.20 


2.1 


1.4 


0.30 


2.92 


3.19 



218 



Municipal Electrical Service 



RATES AND TYPICAL BILLS FOR 

in Effect 

Rates are quoted on a monthly basis and 
and a minimum 















R 


ESIDENTIAL SERVICE 












bo 

.s 

CO 
U CO 


u 

V 

H 
z 

V 

3 

•0 


X 

it* 

•$Z 

co aj 

3 

o 


& 

0) CO 

O 0) 

"Eg 
■|i 

S3 

w 

< 


13 
"ft 

is 
e 

3 


Rate per Kwh 
for 


§2 
SO 
c <u 


Net Monthly 
Bill for 




Flat-Rat 
per 

or Scht 




.c 


zS 


< CO 


J5 
O 

\n 

CM 




Si 

s 




i No. 


i 


i 


No. 


* 


j5 


^ 


i 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Watford 


.. 45 


u 




50 


2.8 


1.4 


0.8 


l.l 


1.11 


3.78 


5.58 


7.38 


Waubaushene . . . 


.. 42 


1.1 




60 


3.2 






1.2 


1.39 


3.78 


6.48 


9.18 


Webbwood 


.. 43 




1.2 


50 


5.2 


2.6 


w0.8 


1.2 


2.50 


7.02 


8.82 


10.62 


Welland 


.. 41 


1.1 




50 


3.2 


1.6 




0.9 


1.67 


4.32 


6.34 


8.37 


Wellesley 


.. 42 


□ 


1.1 


50 


4.0 


1.4 


w0.8 


1.1 


2.00 


4.32 


6.12 


7.92 


Wellington 


.. 46 




1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


w0.9 


1.1 


1.50 


4.05 


6.07 


8.10 


West Ferris Twp. 


.. 37 


□ 


1.1 


50 


3.6 


1.8 




1.2 


2.22 


4.86 


7.56 


10.26 


West Lome 


.. 43 




1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.11 


4.05 


5.85 


7.65 


Weston 


.. 37 





1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


0.8 


1.2 


1.67 


4.05 


5.85 


7.65 


Westport 


.. 38 


1.2 


1.1 


50 


2.7 


1.3 


w0.7 


1.0 


1.50 


3.55 


5.13 


6.70 


Wheatley 


.. 45 




1.2 


60 


3.3 






1.2 


1.11 


3.83 


6.53 


9.23 


Whitby 


.. 36 


1.2 


1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


0.8 


1.2 


1.11 


4.05 


5.85 


7.65 


jWhite River. . . . 


.. 60 


1.39 




50 


7.5 


3.6 


wl.O 


1.4 


3.75 


9.85 


12.10 


14.35 


Wiarton 


. . 43 


1.1 




50 


2.8 


1.4 




1.0 


1.11 


3.78 


6.03 


8.28 


Williamsburg . . . 


. 45 


□ 




50 


2.6 


1.3 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.30 


3.51 


5.31 


7.11 


Winchester 


41 







50 


2.6 


1.3 


w0.8 


1.1 


1.39 


3.51 


5.31 


7.11 


Windermere .... 


45 .. 


□ 




50 


3.2 


1.6 


1.0 


1.4 


1.67 


4.32 


6.57 


8.82 


Windsor 


.. 36 







50 


2.4 


1.2 


*0.7 


1.1 


0.83 


3.24 


4.81 


6.39 


Wingham 


. . 43 


□ 




50 


2.4 


1.2 


0.7 


1.1 


1.11 


3.24 


4.81 


6.39 


Woodbridge .... 


42 


1.2 




50 


2.8 


1.4 


0.8 


1.1 


0.83 


3.78 


5.58 


7.38 


Woodstock 


36 


1.2 


1.1 


50 


3.0 


1.5 


0.9 


1.2 


1.11 


4.05 


6.07 


8.10 


Woodville 


.. 42 







50 


3.6 


1.2 


w0.7 


1.1 


1.67 


3.78 


5.35 


6.93 


Wyoming 


. . 45 







50 


2.6 


1.3 


0.7 


1.1 


0.83 


3.51 


5.08 


6.66 


York Twp 


. . 37 


1.2 


1.1 


50 


2.6 


1.3 


0.8 


1.1 


1.67 


3.51 


5.31 


7.11 


Zurich 


.. 45 


D 


1.2 


60 


3.7 






1.2 


0.83 


4.05 


6.75 


9.45 



tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 
*Next 1,000 kwh. 

NOTES 
Service Charges 

a 330 per month per service when the permanently installed appliance load is under 2,000 watts and 

660 per month when 2000 watts or more, 
b Demand rate 8.50 per 100 watts, minimum 500. 

House Heating 

Applicable where electric energy is used to heat an entire dwelling or a portion of a dwelling in excess 

of 25% of the floor area. 
□ Energy supplied through residential service meter at standard rates. 
Energy metered separately at end residential rate or energy supplied through residential service 

meter at standard rates. 

All-Electric Service 

Applicable to all energy sold to residential customers using all-electric house heating and electric 

water heating supplied through the residential service meter. 
A First 50 kwh at minimum monthly charge — balance at 1.10 per kwh. 
§ Farm customers billed at standard rural rates. 
§§ Farm customers billed at special rates. 

Net Monthly Bill 

Calculations include special provision for metered water-heating where applicable. 



Statement C 



219 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
December 31, 1964 

are subject to 10% prompt payment discount 
monthly charge 



Commercial Service 


Industrial Power Service 


C 


&§ 

•.s o 

< 


Demand Rate 

per 100 Watts 

5.0 Cents, 

Minimum 50 Cents 


Net Monthly 

Bill for 
Use of 1 Kw 
of Demand 


a 

C3 

K 

TJ 
C 
C3 

s 

Q 


Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 


Net Monthly 
Bill for Use 

of 1 Kw 
of Demand 


2* 


Energy Rate per Kwh 

for Use of 
Each Kw of Demand 


fa 
E 

s 


03 
U 

3 

~x 

l§ 


en 
u 

g 

^x 

II 


u 

3 

3-1 


C/3 
3 

X 


1 

X 


First 
Block 

Hours' Use 
50 100 


Second 
Block 

Hours' Use 
50 100 


u 

3 
i O 

'-vX 

< g 


M 

s 

X 


i 

X 
o 
1 


i 


i 


i 


i 


£ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


i i 


i i 


t 


$ 


$ 


i.i 




°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


3.63 




1.5 


2.6 




1.2 


3.87 


4.95 


1.35 


3.2 


2.1 


0.33 


3.90 


4.19 




1.5 


°4.5 


0.8 


0.5 


5.22 


5.67 


1.00 


2.5 


0.5 


0.33 


3.60 


3.90 


1.0 


1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 


1.5 


1.5 


°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 


1.1 




°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 


1.00 


2.7 


0.5 


0.33 


3.78 


4.08 


1.2 


1.5 


°3.0 


0.8 


0.5 


3.87 


4.32 


1.00 


2.0 


0.5 


0.33 


3.15 


3.45 




1.5 


°2.6 


0.8 


0.5 


3.51 


3.96 


1.00 


2.1 


0.5 


0.33 


3.24 


3.54 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.7 


0.5 


0.33 


2.88 


3.18 






°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 




1.5 


2.9 




1.2 


4.14 


5.22 


1.35 


2.5 


1.6 


0.33 


3.36 


3.65 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.5 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


3.00 


1.6 


1.5 


°5.8 


0.8 


0.5 


6.39 


6.84 


1.00 


5.1 


0.5 


0.33 


5.94 


6.24 




1.5 


°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


3.36 




1.5 


°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


2.4 


0.5 


0.33 


3.51 


3.81 




1.5 


°2.0 


0.8 


0.5 


2.97 


3.42 


1.00 


1.6 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


3.09 




1.5 


°2.8 


0.8 


0.5 


3.69 


4.14 


1.00 


2.3 


0.5 


0.33 


3.42 


3.72 


1.0 


1.5 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


1.5 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


3.00 






°2.1 


0.8 


0.5 


3.06 


3.51 


1.00 


1.6 


0.5 


0.33 


2.79 


3.09 


1.1 


1.5 


°2.3 


0.8 


0.5 


3.24 


3.69 


1.00 


1.8 


0.5 


0.33 


2.97 


3.27 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.2 


0.8 


0.5 


3.15 


3.60 


1.00 


.. 1.5 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


3.00 


1.2 


1.5 


°2.7 


0.8 


0.5 


3.60 


4.05 


1.00 


2.2 


0.5 


0.33 


3.33 


3.63 




1.5 


°2.4 


0.8 


0.5 


3.33 


3.78 


1.00 


1.9 


0.5 


0.33 


3.06 


3.36 


1.1 


1.5 


. °2.0 


0.8 


0.5 


2.97 


3.42 


1.00 


1.5 


0.5 


0.33 


2.70 


3.00 




1.5 


3.4 




0.9 


4.32 


5.13 


1.35 


3.1 


2.0 


0.33 


3.81 


4.10 



Special Rates or Discounts 

<^ First 60 kwh of monthly consumption at 2.00, second 60 kwh and all kwh in excess of 1,000 at 1.00. 
® Flat- rate water-heater service — Toronto: 

System-owned — First 400 watts $2.90 per month. 

Each 100 watts additional 400 per month, plus a monthly charge for larger tank 
sizes as follows: 

300 for 1,000-watt and 1,200-watt heaters. 
400 for 1,500-watt heaters. 
500 for 2,000-watt and 2,500-watt heaters. 
550 for heaters 3,000-watts and over. 
1000/3000-watt Cascade 40— $5.82 gross per month. 
Customer-owned — First 400 watts $1.98 per month. 

Each 100 watts additional 400 per month, 
w Special rate for metered water-heating customers only. 

\\ hen loads are subject to central control, these rates may be somewhat lower, 
s Special rate available for selected categories. 
N Rates are Net. 
n Residential rates are net. 

Commercial customers with a connected load of under 5 Kilowatts billed at residential rates. 



220 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical 
NET MONTHLY BILLS FOR FLAT RATE WATER 

Also applicable to utilities using gross rate schedules providing 



































Schedule 


Element 




































rating 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38 


39 


40 


41 


watts 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


400 


.90 


.94 


.97 


1.01 


1.04 


1.08 


1.12 


1.15 


1.19 


1.22 


1.26 


1.30 


1.33 


1.37 


1.40 


1.44 


1.48 


450 


1.01 


1.05 


1.09 


1.13 


1.17 


1.22 


1.26 


1.30 


1.34 


1.38 


1.42 


1.46 


1.50 


1.54 


1.58 


1.62 


1.66 


500 


1.13 


1.17 


1.22 


1.26 


1.31 


1.35 


1.40 


1.44 


1.49 


1.53 


1.58 


1.62 


1.67 


1.71 


1.76 


1.80 


1.85 


550 


1.24 


1.29 


1.34 


1.39 


1.44 


1.49 


1.53 


1.58 


1.63 


1.68 


1.73 


1.78 


1.83 


1.88 


1.93 


1.98 


2.03 


600 


1.35 


1.40 


1.46 


1.51 


1.57 


1.62 


1.67 


1.73 


1.78 


1.84 


1.89 


1.94 


2.00 


2.05 


2.11 


2.16 


2.21 


650 


1.43 


1.49 


1.54 


1.60 


1.66 


1.72 


1.77 


1.83 


1.89 


1.94 


2.00 


2.06 


2.12 


2.17 


2.23 


2.29 


2.35 


700 


1.51 


1.57 


1.63 


1.69 


1.75 


1.81 


1.87 


1.93 


1.99 


2.05 


2.11 


2.17 


2.23 


2.29 


2.35 


2.41 


2.47 


750 


1.60 


1.66 


1.72 


1.79 


1.85 


1.91 


1.98 


2.04 


2.11 


2.17 


2.23 


2.30 


2.36 


2.42 


2.49 


2.55 


2.62 


800 


1.67 


1.74 


1.80 


1.87 


1.94 


2.00 


2.07 


2.14 


2.20 


2.27 


2.34 


2.40 


2.47 


2.54 


2.61 


2.67 


2.74 


850 


1.75 


1.82 


1.89 


1.96 


2.03 


2.10 


2.17 


2.24 


2.31 


2.38 


2.45 


2.52 


2.59 


2.66 


2.73 


2.80 


2.87 


900 


1.84 


1.91 


1.98 


2.06 


2.13 


2.20 


2.28 


2.35 


2.42 


2.50 


2.57 


2.64 


2.72 


2.79 


2.86 


2.94 


3.01 


950 


1.92 


2.00 


2.07 


2.15 


2.23 


2.30 


2.38 


2.46 


2.53 


2.61 


2.69 


2.76 


2.84 


2.92 


3.00 


3.07 


3.15 


1,000 


2.00 


2.08 


2.16 


2.24 


2.32 


2.40 


2.48 


2.56 


2.64 


2.72 


2.80 


2.88 


2.96 


3.04 


3.12 


3.20 


3.28 


1,000/3,000 


2.12 


2.21 


2.30 


2.38 


2.47 


2.55 


2.64 


2.72 


2.81 


2.89 


2.98 


3.06 


3.14 


3.23 


3.31 


3.40 


3.48 


1,500/4,500 


3.19 


3.31 


3.44 


3.57 


3.70 


3.83 


3.95 


4.08 


4.20 


4.34 


4.46 


4.59 


4.72 


4.84 


4.97 


5.10 


5.23 



Note: Net monthly rates for all balanced element sizes over 1,000 watts are calculated as follows: 

Element Rating 



Rate for 1,000-watt element X 



1,000 



Statement C 



221 



Service 

HEATING AT SCHEDULE NUMBER INDICATED 

payment is made on or before last date for net payment 



Number 



42 


43 


44 


45 


46 


47 


48 


49 


50 


51 


52 


53 


54 


55 


56 


57 


58 


59 


60 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


1.51 


1.55 


1.58 


1.62 


1.66 


1.69 


1.73 


1.76 


1.80 


1.84 


1.87 


1.91 


1.94 


1.98 


2.02 


2.05 


2.09 


2.12 


2.16 


1.70 


1.74 


1.78 


1.82 


1.86 


1.90 


1.94 


1.98 


2.03 


2.06 


2.11 


2.14 


2.18 


2.22 


2.27 


2.30 


2.34 


2.39 


2.45 


1.89 


1.94 


1.98 


2.03 


2.07 


2.12 


2.16 


2.21 


2.25 


2.30 


2.34 


2.39 


2.43 


2.48 


2.52 


2.57 


2.61 


2.66 


2.70 


2.08 


2.13 


2.18 


2.23 


2.28 


2.33 


2.38 


2.43 


2.48 


2.53 


2.57 


2.63 


2.68 


2.73 


2.77 


2.83 


2.88 


2.93 


2.99 


2.27 


2.32 


2.38 


2.43 


2.48 


2.54 


2.59 


2.65 


2.70 


2.75 


2.81 


2.86 


2.92 


2.97 


3.02 


3.08 


3.13 


3.19 


3.24 


2.40 


2.46 


2.52 


2.57 


2.63 


2.69 


2.75 


2.80 


2.86 


2.93 


2.99 


3.03 


3.08 


3.14 


3.20 


3.26 


3.31 


3.38 


3.44 


2.53 


2.59 


2.65 


2.71 


2.77 


2.83 


2.89 


2.95 


3.01 


3.08 


3.13 


3.20 


3.26 


3.32 


3.38 


3.44 


3.49 


3.56 


3.62 


2.68 


2.74 


2.81 


2.87 


2.93 


3.00 


3.06 


3.13 


3.19 


3.26 


3.31 


3.38 


3.44 


3.51 


3.58 


3.65 


3.71 


3.76 


3.82 


2.81 


2.87 


2.94 


3.01 


3.07 


3.14 


3.21 


3.27 


3.34 


3.41 


3.47 


3.54 


3.60 


3.67 


3.74 


3.82 


3.89 


3.94 


4.00 


2.94 


3.01 


3.08 


3.15 


3.22 


3.29 


3.36 


3.43 


3.51 


3.56 


3.64 


3.71 


3.78 


3.85 


3.92 


4.00 


4.07 


4.13 


4.19 


3.08 


3.16 


3.23 


3.30 


3.38 


3.45 


3.52 


3.60 


3.67 


3.74 


3.82 


3.89 


3.96 


4.04 


4.12 


4.19 


4.27 


4.33 


4.39 


3.23 


3.30 


3.38 


3.46 


3.53 


3.61 


3.69 


3.76 


3.84 


3.92 


4.00 


4.07 


4.14 


4.22 


4.30 


4.38 


4.46 


4.54 


4.61 


3.36 


3.44 


3.52 


3.60 


3.68 


3.76 


3.84 


3.92 


4.00 


4.08 


4.16 


4.24 


4.32 


4.40 


4.48 


4.56 


4.64 


4.73 


4.81 


3.57 


3.65 


3.74 


3.83 


3.91 


4.00 


4.08 


4.17 


4.25 


4.34 


4.42 


4.51 


4.59 


4.67 


4.76 


4.84 


4.93 


5.01 


5.10 


5.36 


5.48 


5.61 


5.73 


5.87 


5.99 


6.12 


6.25 


6.37 


6.50 


6.63 


6.76 


6.89 


7.01 


7.14 


7.26 


7.40 


7.52 


7.65 



222 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 

for the Year Ended 

In Forty Major Municipal 

(Arranged in descending order 



Total 
Revenue 
(including 

Street 
Lighting) 



Total 

Consumption 

(including 

Street 
Lighting) 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Cus- 
tomers 



3 I 

a 2 

i § 
g u 



Av- 
erage 
Cost 

per 
Kwh 



Toronto 

Hamilton 

Ottawa 

North York Twp. 
Sarnia 

Etobicoke Twp. . . 
Scarborough Twp 

London 

St. Catharines . . . 
Toronto Twp 

Windsor 

Oakville 

Oshawa 

Kitchener 

York Twp 

Kingston 

Brantford 

Peterborough 

Sudbury 

Port Arthur 

Fort William 

East York Twp. . . 

Guelph 

Burlington 

Niagara Falls. . . . 

New Toronto .... 

Welland 

Gait 

Belleville 

Chatham 

Brampton 

Waterloo 

Barrie 

Woodstock 

Stratford 

St. Thomas 

Port Credit 

Brockville 

Trenton 

Thorold 



41,804,694 
20,311,609 
13,012,886 
15,225,996 
6,843,275 

9,906,703 
10,404,175 
8,100,329 
5,279,982 
5,250,547 

5,187,112 
4,193,046 
3,857,439 
4,341,253 
4,162,356 

2,874,714 
2,628,364 
2,693,423 
3,083,660 
2,550,562 

1,928,837 
2,386,116 
2,575,796 
2,618,156 
2,310,497 

1,464,647 
1,829,938 
1,570,037 
1,338,384 
1,847,666 

1,477,952 
1,349,762 
1,131,978 
1,200,845 
1,200,674 

1,181,195 
786,717 
989,694 
805,361 
838,374 



kwh 
3,721,170,327 
2,785,257,693 
1,352,090,980 
1,273,068,123 
921,985,010 

919,598,176 
899,169,827 
729,801,905 
541,867,216 
503,059,167 

481,754,910 
474,252,611 
464,076,093 
436,074,673 
391,517,013 

283,847,638 
264,910,355 
263,771,589 
242,276,395 
238,269,341 

221,209,61? 
215,284,321 
213,841,376 
211,061,116 
198,918,041 

183,492,338 
160,227,001 
146,231,018 
134,924,478 
124,433,940 

122,947,269 
118,298,316 
114,700,193 
114,368,980 
104,996,890 

102,833,430 
102,014,471 
95,060,410 
94,749,567 
94,142,198 



12,117,392 

4,560,049 

5,111,347 

7,840,619 

994,585 

4,640,231 
5,390,190 
3,385,434 
1,719,857 
1,873,409 

1,576,882 
1,276,925 
1,296,368 
1,607,506 
2,297,653 

1,124,621 
1,037,134 
1,285,213 
1,654,878 
956,257 

800,065 
1,423,738 
1,016,990 
1,550,562 

991,430 

237,176 
561,390 
621,082 
639,388 
526,432 

738,441 
513,497 
502,954 
505,467 
483,938 

531,799 
174,981 
424,192 
259,729 
184,364 



kwh 
956,587,122 
433,087,889 
677,378,342 
665,753,203 
67,626,010 

435,113,041 
464,416,925 
273,619,444 
143,366,556 
154,094,236 

146,153,340 
104,352,632 
158,468,922 
164,561,893 
222,801,814 

107,616,841 

92,456,484 

116,090,746 

155,143,459 

89,840,507 

104,803,848 
126,398,946 

78,680,613 
124,160,602 

85,168,770 

22,481,127 
38,224,171 
54,399,102 
68,478,108 
31,570,650 

56,946,855 
50,588,771 
50,764,266 
46,732,620 
42,572,630 

42,371,330 
16,665,088 
37,263,639 
27,739,183 
11,833,725 



No. 
181,218 

76,952 

85,949 
101,825 

14,549 

59,453 
68,789 
53,167 
24,881 
20,708 

35,206 
13,007 
20,571 
25,560 
39,747 

15,138 
16,208 
15,849 
22,504 
12,798 

12,895 
23,776 
12,196 
14,956 
15,754 

3,892 
10,576 
9,262 
9,670 
8,663 

7,937 
7,149 
7,181 
7,116 
6,650 

7,613 
2,633 
5,946 
4,139 
2,356 



kwh 
440 
469 
657 
545 
387 

610 
563 
429 
480 
620 

346 
669 
642 
537 

467 

592 
475 
610 
575 
585 

677 
443 
538 
692 
451 

481 
301 
489 
590 
304 

598 
590 
589 
547 
533 

464 
527 
522 
558 
419 





1.27 

1.05 

0.75 

1.18 

1.47 

1.07 
1.16 
1.24 
1.20 
1.22 

1.08 
1.22 
0.82 
0.98 
1.03 

1.05 
1.12 
1.11 
1.07 
1.06 

0.76 
1.13 
1.29 
1.25 
1.16 

1.06 
1.47 
1.14 
0.93 
1.67 

130 
1.02 
0.99 
1.08 
1.14 

126 
1.05 
1 14 
94 
1.56 



Statement I) 



223 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1964 
Electrical Utilities 

of total consumption) 



Commercial Service 
(including flat-rate water- heaters) 


Industrial Power Service 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


Av- 
erage 
Cost 

per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Average of 
Customers' 
Monthly 
Loads Billed 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


Av- 
erage 
Cost 

per 
KwhA 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kwh 


I 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kw 


kwh 


i 


9,731,093 


702,196,733 


25,245 


2,318 


1.39 


18,870,344 


2,005,486,762 


7,356 


483,238 


22,719 


0.94 


2,998,125 


264,652,707 


9,329 


2,364 


1.13 


12,276,484 


2,064,913,646 


1,665 


357,165 


103,349 


0.59 


6,943,350 


608,609,496 


11,512 


4,406 


1.14 


505,890 


49,795,142 


184 


16,274 


22,552 


1.02 


4,774,126 


371,535,472 


6,257 


4,948 


1.28 


2,284,748 


215,633,008 


918 


67,554 


19,575 


1.06 


624,000 


39,170,020 


862 


3,787 


1.59 


5,130,525 


811,958,980 


148 


106,319 


457,184 


0.63 


1,860,233 


141,760,247 


2,510 


4,707 


1.31 


3,034,607 


328,377,408 


965 


84,140 


28,357 


0.92 


2,407,068 


192,728,997 


3,114 


5,158 


1.25 


2,226,265 


226,075,465 


490 


61,523 


38,448 


0.98 


2,003,610 


159,984,739 


2,820 


4,728 


1.25 


2,482,138 


286,928,922 


546 


70,236 


43,793 


0.87 


835,434 


59,224,227 


2,447 


2,017 


1.41 


2,574,820 


332,516,433 


291 


68,855 


95,222 


0.77 


798,166 


61,069,107 


824 


6,176 


1.31 


2,424,467 


283,331,664 


277 


57,123 


85,238 


0.86 


984,557 


78,897,350 


2,030 


3,239 


1.25 


2,267,685 


244,662,060 


720 


69,788 


28,317 


0.93 


532,429 


39,756,773 


744 


4,453 


1.34 


2,330,773 


328,321,909 


153 


52,952 


178,825 


0.71 


605,814 


53,382,577 


1,835 


2,424 


1.13 


1,829,949 


246,526,705 


304 


56,866 


67,579 


0.74 


822,635 


66,529,664 


1,529 


3,626 


1.24 


1,754,587 


198,143,676 


361 


51,450 


45,740 


0.89 


932,893 


76,355,501 


1,744 


3,648 


1.22 


765,737 


86,019,448 


165 


22,687 


43,444 


0.89 


911,158 


75,510,649 


2,363 


2,663 


1.21 


746,252 


97,262,148 


214 


23,867 


37,875 


0.77 


488,327 


41,705,182 


1,638 


2,122 


1.17 


1,024,058 


127,430,689 


306 


34,544 


34,703 


0.80 


507,684 


41.298,249 


792 


4,345 


1.23 


797,771 


102,703,594 


289 


25,583 


29,615 


0.78 


983,590 


60,515,981 


2,287 


2,205 


1.63 


280,552 


22,121,163 


284 


8,206 


6,491 


1.27 


672,489 


58,274,702 


1,541 


3,151 


1.15 


817,747 


85,958,849 


55 


28,346 


130,241 


0.95 


477,236 


48,094,028 


1,620 


2,474 


0.99 


535,311 


64,145,941 


185 


21,190 


28,895 


0.83 


530,466 


47,215,623 


899 


4,377 


1.12 


337,315 


37,295,552 


88 


10,425 


35,318 


0.90 


489,494 


32,542,659 


1,086 


2,497 


1.50 


936,630 


99,039,771 


131 


25,054 


63,002 


0.95 


496,127 


35,753,160 


718 


4,150 


1.39 


535,372 


50,002,204 


154 


15,248 


27,057 


1.07 


760,557 


62,772,692 


1,020 


5,128 


1.21 


435,316 


46,607,379 


99 


13,106 


39,232 


0.93 


167,172 


13,703,656 


231 


4,944 


1.22 


1,038,784 


146,608,355 


41 


28,268 


297,984 


0.71 


333,464 


22,916,216 


594 


3,215 


1.46 


851,986 


96,520,578 


88 


23,040 


91,402 


0.88 


241,442 


17,090,528 


581 


2,451 


1.41 


635,089 


72,186,108 


147 


20,359 


40,922 


0.88 


360,543 


29,806,998 


805 


3,086 


1.21 


281,393 


34,250,172 


126 


9,521 


22,652 


0.82 


538,690 


26,838,870 


1,230 


1,818 


2.01 


682,578 


62,623,200 


271 


17,603 


19,257 


1.09 


264,518 


20,011,683 


378 


4,412 


1.32 


427,687 


44,744,671 


106 


11,376 


35,177 


0.96 


401,912 


28,266,037 


787 


2,993 


1.42 


370,325 


37,001,148 


102 


10,351 


30,230 


1.00 


322,319 


24,188,382 


594 


3,393 


1.33 


293,648 


38,733,225 


120 


11,091 


26,898 


0.76 


194,171 


14,649,770 


442 


2,762 


1.33 


458,591 


50,777,390 


145 


13,772 


29,182 


0.90 


257,280 


18,503,370 


711 


2,169 


1.39 


397,162 


41,640,050 


153 


12,800 


22,680 


0.95 


202,290 


14,676,090 


446 


2,742 


1.38 


417,539 


44,815,680 


136 


11,737 


27,461 


0.93 


105,974 


8,716,536 


139 


5,226 


1.22 


489,511 


76,043,087 


8 


10,767 


792,115 


0.64 


238,295 


19,372,944 


399 


4,046 


1.23 


295,228 


37,089,795 


46 


9,647 


67,192 


0.80 


121,038 


10,028,398 


293 


2,852 


1.21 


397,469 


56,091,746 


72 


11,187 


64,921 


0.71 


65,882 


3,652,722 


216 


1,409 


1.80 


568,291 


78,128,051 


41 


13,406 


158,797 


0.73 



ASee Introduction page 199. 



224 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 

for the Year Ended 
(By Municipalities 



Popula- 
tion 





Peak 




Load 




Decem- 


Total 


ber 


Customers 


1964 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Cus- 
tomers 



— P ™ 

§ go 

ill 



Av- 
erage 
Cost 

per 
Kwh 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg 

Ancaster Twp. (including 
Ancaster) 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

tBala 

Bancroft 

Bairie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beachville 

Beamsville 

tBeardmore 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blenheim 

tBlind River 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 



No. 
4,295 
532 
8,523 

2,544 
993 

3,079 

3,529 

640 

4,440 

14,360 

400 

463 

5,576 

1,270 

981 

5,959 
9,875 
242 
4,558 
1,078 

920 

*484 

2,275 

23,502 

1,381 

703 

546 

903 

3,441 

1,050 

1,182 
929 

2,018 

31,960 

726 

3,341 

3,740 

776 

775 

1,229 



No. 

1,344 
231 

2,441 
984 
319 

1,202 

1,145 

331 

1,426 

1,134 

118 

197 

1,807 

543 

374 

1,690 
2,870 

112 
1,573 

397 

296 

850 

754 

7,895 

448 

260 
221 
313 
1,190 
332 

608 
324 
747 
10,601 
237 

1,216 

1,169 

312 

340 

762 



kw 
5,355 

483 
8,828 
2,971 

881 

3,288 
3,226 

326 
4,116 

3,191 

134 

316 

5,457 

1,160 

666 

4,086 
8,097 
235 
5,904 
1,042 

1,078 

1,061 

1,785 

24,350 

631 

484 

406 

2,474 

1,938 

597 

1,865 

679 

999 

28,785 

1,064 

2,199 

2,408 

554 

839 

1,166 



98,005 
11,069 
164,044 
58,692 
22,707 

68,237 
77,502 
11,629 

92,600 

123,966 

5,231 

13,657 

118,688 

31,750 

20,187 

157,163 

188,425 

8,271 

99,568 

22,443 

19,700 
46,725 
54,899 
502,954 
17,926 

19,739 
14,767 
19,689 
80,318 
26,160 

33,117 
21,099 
37,442 
639,388 
19,663 

50,941 
94,555 
17,094 
19,285 

43,060 



kwh 


No. 


8,717,672 


1,230 


965,858 


206 


12,810,103 


2,260 


5,237,759 


885 


1,875,516 


289 


6,501,795 


999 


7,085,678 


1,066 


630,913 


300 


8,647,910 


1,270 


9,275,864 


1,080 


355,520 


100 


1,067,333 


185 


11,786,060 


1,652 


2,804,370 


491 


1,925,672 


356 


13,210,797 


1,547 


16,975,227 


2,612 


514,539 


100 


9,814,300 


1,420 


2,044,058 


326 


1,801,800 


279 


1,780.700 


768 


4,261,408 


673 


50,764,266 


7,181 


1,512,075 


416 


1,469,529 


237 


1,025,675 


206 


1,827,153 


301 


5,995,271 


1,098 


1,698,900 


256 


3,154,100 


556 


1,784,264 


304 


2,156,220 


690 


68,478,108 


9,670 


1,255,094 


220 


3,585,970 


1,081 


6,416,600 
1,541,509 


984 
291 



1,706,026 
3,022,730 



299 
681 



kwh 
591 
391 
472 
493 
541 

542 
554 
175 
567 

716 

296 
481 
595 
476 
451 

712 
542 
429 
576 
523 

538 
193 
528 
589 
303 

517 
415 
506 
455 
553 

473 
489 
260 
590 

475 

276 
543 
441 
475 
§390 



i 

1.12 
1.15 
1.28 
1.12 
1.21 

1.05 
1.09 
1.84 
1.07 

1.34 

1.47 
1.28 
1.01 
1.13 
1.05 

1.19 
1.11 
1.61 
1.01 
1.10 

1.09 
2.62 
1.29 
0.99 
1.19 

1.34 
1.44 
1.08 
1.34 
1.54 

1.05 
1.18 
1.74 
0.93 
1.57 

1.42 
1.47 
1.11 
1.13 
1.42 



fRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

'Excluding summer population. 

§Estimated. 



Statement D 



225 



AND CONSUMPTION 

December 31, 1964 

Alphabetically Arranged) 





Commercial Service 
















(including flat-rate water-heaters) 






Industrial Power Service 












11 


Av- 








T3 


hly 

jmption 

Customer 


Av- 








erage 








tt =3 


erage 






Cus- 




Cost 






Cus- 




Cost 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


■g | u 

O S u 

2c3 a 


per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Aven 
Custc 
Mont 
Load: 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


per 

KwhA 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kwh 


i 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kw 


kwh 


i 


30,956 


1,980,705 


73 


2,261 


1.56 


148,070 


13,214,184 


41 


3,757 


26,858 


1.12 


3,939 


254,780 


19 


1,117 


1.55 


7,914 


477,830 


6 


284 


6,637 


1.66 


39,838 


2,771,412 


91 


2,538 


1.44 


203,555 


21,769,724 


90 


6,448 


20,157 


0.94 


29,763 


1,989,097 


82 


2,021 


1.50 


37,627 


3,124,265 


17 


990 


15,315 


1.20 


6,177 


387.425 


20 


1,614 


1.59 


9,293 


648,666 


10 


290 


5,406 


1.43 


47,058 


2,900,495 


167 


1,447 


1.62 


56,694 


5,614,367 


36 


1,683 


12,996 


1.01 


23,329 


1,884,155 


57 


2,755 


1.24 


42,723 


5,126,227 


22 


1.407 


19,418 


0.83 


5,570 


279,200 


23 


1,012 


1.99 


1,569 


66,435 


8 


50 


692 


2.36 


40,250 


2,765,210 


121 


1,904 


1.46 


84,733 


8,269,210 


35 


2,425 


19,689 


1.02 


26,620 


1,422,652 


47 


2,522 


1.87 


2,934 


251,747 


7 


76 


2,997 


1.17 


1,605 


78,570 


18 


364 


2.04 














4,229 


261,824 


10 


2,182 


1.62 


4,250 


207,860 


2 


110 


8,661 


2.04 


60,181 


4,637,947 


134 


2,884 


1.30 


59,063 


5,662,826 


21 


1,758 


22,472 


1.04 


8,760 


513,794 


37 


1,157 


1.70 


6,697 


358,600 


15 


233 


1,992 


1.87 


4,537 


298,860 


17 


1,465 


1.52 


919 


67,400 


1 


35 


5,617 


1.36 


66,897 


4,258,463 


131 


2,709 


1.57 


46,673 


5,787,434 


12 


1,010 


40,191 


0.81 


77,026 


5,827,213 


217 


2,238 


1.32 


127,252 


11,560,959 


41 


3,827 


23,498 


1.10 


3,101 


183,624 


11 


1,391 


1.69 


1,161 


46,350 


1 


38 


3,863 


2.50 


59,826 


4,386,120 


119 


3,072 


1.36 


93,379 


7,700,740 


34 


3,013 


18,874 


1.21 


12,354 


754,164 


60 


1,047 


1.64 


12,472 


741,495 


11 


379 


5,617 


1.68 


3,040 


209,526 


12 


1,455 


1.45 


20,308 


1,830,925 


5 


606 


30,515 


1.11 


14,868 


693,400 


76 


760 


2.14 


1,343 


76,000 


6 


50 


1,056 


1.77 


32,534 


1,973,538 


69 


2,384 


1.65 


9,419 


571,690 


12 


294 


3,970 


1.65 


322,319 


24,188,382 


594 


3,393 


1.33 


293,648 


38,733,225 


120 


11,091 


26,898 


0.76 


6,902 


503,515 


28 


1,499 


1.37 


994 


80,550 


4 


34 


1,678 


1.23 


5,637 


250,470 


22 


949 


2.25 


669 


65,750 


1 


11 


5,479 


1.02 


1,938 


122,801 


11 


930 


1.58 


6,940 


419,450 


4 


210 


8,739 


1.65 


2,054 


119,560 


10 


996 


1.72 


85,719 


12,824,832 


2 


2,063 


534,368 


0.67 


34,883 


2,161,332 


83 


2,170 


1.61 


8,776 


525,430 


9 


249 


4,865 


1.67 


15,758 


838,900 


73 


958 


1.88 


261 


4,700 


3 


15 






12,872 


954,445 


38 


2,093 


1.35 


32,069 


2,840,917 


14 


1,233 


16,910 


1.13 


4,278 


231,946 


13 


1,487 


1.84 


5,744 


341,630 


7 


143 


4,067 


1.68 


19,335 


1,140,567 


51 


1,864 


1.70 


4,556 


341,985 


6 


126 


4,750 


1.33 


360,543 


29,806,998 


805 


3,086 


1.21 


281,393 


34,250,172 


126 


9,521 


22,652 


0.82 


4,297 


240,612 


11 


1,823 


1.79 


46,853 


3,511,924 


6 


965 


48,777 


1.33 


37,938 


2,194,530 


105 


1,742 


1.73 


30,305 


1,937,875 


30 


893 


5,383 


1.56 


59,053 


3,461,800 


179 


1,612 


1.71 


24,832 


1,492,300 


6 


568 


20,726 


1.66 


4,052 


262,754 


15 


1,460 


1.54 


2,188 


97,456 


6 


109 


1,354 


2.25 


7,713 


484,550 


33 


1,224 


1.59 


15,885 


1,456,240 


8 


395 


15,169 


1.09 


18,299 


884,184 


71 


§720 


2.07 


9,605 


505,993 


10 


300 


4,217 


1.90 



ASee Introduction page 199. 



226 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 

Load 

Decern 

ber 

1964 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 







11 




Cus- 


hly 
imp 

usto 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Const 
perC 


kwh 


No. 


kwh 


4,909,079 


646 


633 


1,160,570 


296 


327 


17,229,917 


2,478 


579 


6,519,760 


968 


561 


5,033,532 


747 


562 


736,475 


148 


415 


56,946,855 


7,937 


598 


92,456,484 


16,208 


475 


20,438,911 


2,343 


727 


426,675 


85 


418 


3,394,008 


475 


595 


518,190 


181 


239 


5,960,672 


964 


515 


37,263,639 


5,946 


522 


2,011,350 


333 


503 


2,741,712 


382 


598 


562,154 


86 


545 


1,834,720 


341 


448 


124,160,602 


14,956 


692 


577,739 


187 


257 


3,238,200 


815 


331 


8,291,924 


1,213 


570 


599,790 


81 


617 


2,465,176 


409 


502 


7,174,294 


970 


616 


3,366,360 


631 


445 


9,306,945 


1,658 


468 


2,009,709 


361 


464 


1,452,598 


342 


354 


1,847,398 


276 


558 


2,242,710 


909 


206 


31,570,650 


8,663 


304 


918,370 


161 


475 


3,530,085 


602 


489 


2,672,247 


437 


510 


4,836,848 


1,082 


§379 


1,235,009 


214 


481 


7,111,770 


1,122 


528 


3,598,300 


630 


476 


2,117,627 


350 


504 



Av- 
erage 
Cost 

per 
Kwh 



Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville. . 
Bracebridge. . . 
Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton .... 

Brantford 

Brantford Twp. 
Brechin 

Bridgeport. . . . 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brockville .... 
Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville . . . 
Burk's Falls... 
Burlington. . . . 
Cache Bay .... 

Caledonia 

Campbellford . . 
Campbellville . 
Cannington. . . . 
Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place . 
Casselman .... 

Cayuga ....... 

Chalk River. . . 

Chapleau Twp. 

Chatham 

Chatsworth . . . 

Chesley 

Chesterville . . . 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

tCobalt 

Cobden 



No. 
2,075 
808 
7,872 
3,110 
2,379 

538 

29,634 

56,070 

8,344 

241 

1,821 
548 

2,674 

18,753 

846 

1,061 
279 

1,004 

54,864 

753 

2,485 
3,486 
261 
1,050 
3,014 

1,960 
4,844 
1,300 
994 
1,154 

3,656 

30,534 

391 

1,777 

1,296 

3,648 

545 

3,552 

2,210 

925 



No. 

693 

338 

2,660 

1,209 

875 

157 

8,421 

18,152 

2,506 

99 

509 

211 

1,037 

6,391 

377 

425 
104 
370 
15,828 
193 

892 

1,366 

87 

450 
1,023 

677 
1,778 
390 
396 
292 

1,053 

10,164 

179 

738 

477 

1,133 
234 

1,256 
754 
384 



kw 
1,623 
597 
9,885 
3,140 
2,467 

1,822 
30,385 
55,616 

8,140 
182 

1,343 
302 

2,064 

20,722 

803 

982 
245 
955 
49,184 
262 

1,459 
3,372 

188 

869 

2,417 

1,136 

3,901 

1,000 

679 

662 

1,288 

28,055 

353 

1,545 

1,726 

1,890 

470 

2,832 

1,340 

872 



66,673 
14,423 
159,574 
77,972 
54,950 

8,966 

738,441 

1,037,134 

300,809 

4,165 

41,523 

6,967 

65,818 

424,192 

25,530 

31,808 
6,358 

23,960 

1,550,562 

9,281 

42,374 
82,334 
7,992 
25,819 
88,325 

37,362 
114,350 
26,736 
20,352 
22,172 

110,230 

526,432 

10,494 

38,245 

28,753 

68,385 
14,751 
84,694 
54,958 
19,226 



t 

1.36 

1.24 

0.93 

1.20 

1.09 

1.22 
1.30 
1.12 
1.47 
0.98 

1.22 
1.34 
1.10 
1.14 
1.27 

1.16 
1.13 
1.31 
1.25 
1.61 

1.31 
0.99 
1.33 
1.05 
1.23 

1.11 
1.23 
1.33 
1.40 
1.20 

4.92 
1.67 
1.14 
1.08 
1.08 

1.41 
1.19 
1.19 
1.53 
0.91 



tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 
^Estimated. 



Statement D 



227 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1964 



Commercial Service 
(including flat-rate water- heaters) 


Industrial Power Service 








o O 


Av- 








T3 


fl £ 


Av- 








erage 








"s'es 1 


hly 

impti< 

ustorr 


erage 






Cus- 


s. <-*• a 

^ C to 


Cost 






Cus- 


&g£M 


Cost 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Consi 
perC 


per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Avera 
Custo 
Mont 
Loads 


Mont 
Consi 
perC 


per 

KwhA 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kwh 


i 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kw 


kwh 


i 


18,643 


1,230,002 


34 


3,015 


1.52 


8,819 


571,851 


13 


263 


3,666 


1.54 


9,777 


742,756 


31 


1,997 


1.32 


4,087 


149,505 


11 


199 


1,133 


2.73 


72,420 


6,582,436 


159 


3,450 


1.10 


123,752 


15,758,330 


23 


4,045 


57,095 


0.79 


53,719 


3,901,556 


217 


1,498 


1.38 


22,582 


1,973,722 


24 


827 


6,853 


1.14 


31,724 


2,008,920 


98 


1,708 


1.58 


28,975 


2,506,539 


30 


885 


6,963 


1.16 


1,067 


62,833 


7 


748 


1.70 


58,386 


6,303,366 


2 


1,621 


262,640 


0.93 


264,518 


20,011,683 


378 


4,412 


1.32 


427,687 


44,744,671 


106 


11,376 


35,177 


0.96 


488,327 


41,705,182 


1,638 


2,122 


1.17 


1,024,058 


127,430,689 


306 


34,544 


34,703 


0.80 


81,004 


5,635,250 


103 


4,559 


1.44 


137,788 


9,367,837 


60 


3,958 


13,011 


1.47 


2,595 


207,780 


13 


1,332 


1.25 


446 


15,192 


1 


26 


1,266 


2.94 


14,934 


1,080,183 


26 


3,462 


1.38 


4,987 


250,235 


8 


180 


2,607 


1.99 


5,082 


348,430 


22 


1,320 


1.46 


4,304 


169,780 


8 


183 


1,769 


2.54 


25,154 


1,695,291 


64 


2,207 


1.48 


8,693 


665,102 


9 


280 


6,158 


1.31 


238,295 


19,372,944 


399 


4,046 


1.23 


295,228 


37,089,795 


46 


9,647 


67,192 


0.80 


8,668 


513,155 


35 


1,222 


1.69 


6,672 


354,395 


9 


186 


3,281 


1.88 


10,682 


694,017 


33 


1,753 


1.54 


5,993 


374,065 


10 


201 


3,117 


1.61 


3,549 


168,478 


15 


936 


2.11 


2,191 


37,610 


3 


111 


1,045 


5.83 


11,304 


712,140 


25 


2,374 


1.59 


11,017 


883,455 


4 


269 


18,405 


1.25 


496,127 


35,753,160 


718 


4,150 


1.39 


535,372 


50,002,204 


154 


15,248 


27,057 


1.07 


1,481 


82,726 


3 


2,298 


1.79 


17,977 


960,564 


3 


472 


26,682 


1.87 


20,812 


1,300,923 


55 


1,971 


1.60 


9,808 


789,628 


22 


259 


2,991 


1.24 


38,508 


3,254,510 


130 


2,086 


1.18 


23,417 


2,013,290 


23 


928 


7,295 


1.16 


1,083 


59,080 


5 


985 


1.83 


406 


38,100 


1 


7 


3,175 


1.07 


6,975 


481,107 


28 


1,432 


1.45 


5,271 


350,526 


13 


181 


2,247 


1.50 


19,935 


1,245,880 


49 


2,119 


1.60 


13,501 


1,565,080 


4 


305 


32,606 


. 0.86 


9.382 


621,637 


42 


1,233 


1.51 


1,380 


128,020 


4 


38 


2,667 


1.08 


35,104 


2,146,303 


89 


2,010 


1.64 


47,181 


4,591,089 


31 


1,326 


12,342 


1.03 


10,501 


586,318 


23 


2,124 


1.79 


15,034 


776,665 


6 


463 


10,787 


1.94 


12,438 


737,218 


43 


1,429 


1.69 


5,375 


143,310 


11 


230 


1,086 


3.75 


7,183 


515,940 


14 


3,071 


1.39 


2,746 


251,100 


2 


81 


10,463 


1.09 


60,449 


1,038,743 


126 


687 


5.82 


17,629 


536,316 


18 


198 


2,483 


3.29 


538,690 


26,838,870 


1,230 


1,818 


2.01 


682,578 


62,623,200 


271 


17,603 


19,257 


1.09 


4,507 


272,750 


17 


1,337 


1.65 


540 


16,050 


1 


23 


1,338 


3.36 


19,103 


1,121,371 


108 


865 


1.70 


13,921 


900,423 


28 


480 


2,680 


1.55 


9,279 


669,428 


31 


1,800 


1.39 


40,884 


4,069,838 


9 


1,102 


37,684 


1.00 


20,955 


1,246,550 


37 


§1,849 


1.68 


6,111 


578,317 


14 


184 


3,442 


1.06 


3,823 


263,142 


14 


1,566 


1.45 


4,211 


281,160 


6 


111 


3,905 


1.50 


49,008 


3,294,575 


108 


2,542 


1.49 


23,833 


1,737,890 


26 


666 


5,570 


1.37 


22,587 


1,179,000 


118 


833 


1.92 


10,237 


830,600 


6 


220 


11,536 


1.23 


8,408 


602,702 


28 


1,794 


1.40 


5,217 


220,372 


6 


287 


3,061 


237 



ASee Introduction page 199. 



228 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 

Load 

Decern 

ber 

1964 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Cus- 
tomers 



I 

>> fc B 
— 6 «a 

J3 5 3 

^ § b 

^ U a 



Av- 
erage 
Cost 

per 
Kwh 



Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York Twp. . . . 

Eganville 

tElk Lake Townsite 

Elmira 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

fEnglehart 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Erin 

Espanola 



No. 

10,020 

4,693 

1,425 

786 

8,381 

581 
2,608 
676 
667 
571 

902 
410 

5,643 
429 

3,625 

1,819 
996 
667 

2,356 
398 

6,349 

283 

921 

14,185 

5,579 

2,391 

814 

70,882 

1,436 

§660 

3,782 
1,011 
§450 
1,523 
599 

1,753 

484 

*203 

1,133 

5,298 



No. 

3,802 

1,366 

597 

303 

3,252 

240 
683 
259 
254 
215 

363 
188 

1,520 
148 

1,470 

617 
352 
277 
949 
169 

1,991 

118 

469 

4,492 

1,971 

907 
362 
24,763 
510 
233 

1,324 
417 
137 
550 
240 

637 
366 
141 
437 
1,390 



kw 

12,441 

3,606 

1,282 

635 

8,003 

411 
1,546 
577 
332 
282 



398 
5,059 

301 
3,655 

1,127 
682 
550 

1,833 

284 

4,988 

386 

993 

12,606 

4,594 

2,234 

580 

48,579 

1,144 

482 

5,665 
937 
205 

1,041 
535 

1,246 

494 

75 

849 

3,529 



223,272 

100,587 

35,173 

17,873 

160,966 

9,802 
54,935 
14,441 
11,452 

9,978 

20,354 
14,312 
137,016 
12,267 
69,861 

33,566 
19,168 

19,447 
40,232 
10,224 

169,481 
7,020 

23,956 
345,916 

76,674 

51,089 
14,200 
1,423,738 
29,024 
13,087 

91,832 
24,442 
5,791 
44,229 
15,763 

42,536 

15,510 

6,338 

27,871 

126,930 



kwh 


No. 


22,337,970 


3,428 


7,699,572 


1,145 


3,075,313 


490 


1,751,526 


283 


16,056,532 


2,994 


677,480 


209 


4,614,488 


664 


1,430,468 


239 


907,510 


229 


525,990 


200 


1,837,400 


305 


955,830 


177 


13,370,056 


1,368 


892,118 


138 


6,192,959 


1,310 


3,199,063 


578 


1,590,930 


331 


1,365,856 


250 


2,767,550 


865 


894,290 


163 


13,586,148 


1,862 


631,431 


103 


2,029,516 


419 


25,966,721 


4,174 


5,557,581 


1,733 


4,410,222 


752 


1,074,870 


330 


126,398,946 


23,776 


2,090,933 


445 


892,200 


173 


8,046,769 


1,204 


2,246,342 


374 


502,520 


128 


2,867,716 


511 


1,328,080 


191 


2,635,800 


531 


1,273,484 


333 


222,880 


134 


2,341,550 


400 


10,180,688 


1,297 



kwh 
543 
560 
523 
516 
447 

270 
579 
499 
330 
219 

502 
450 
814 
§559 
394 

461 
401 
455 
267 

457 

608 
511 
404 
518 
267 

489 
271 
443 
§399 
430 

557 
501 
327 
468 
579 

414 
319 
139 
488 
654 



i 

1.00 

1.31 

1.14 

1.02 

1.00 

1.45 
1.19 
1.01 
1.26 
1.90 

1.11 
1.50 
1.02 
1.38 
1.13 

1.05 
1.20 
1.42 
1.45 
1.14 

1.25 
1.11 
1.18 
1.33 
1.38 

1.16 
1.32 
1.13 
1.39 
1.47 

1.14 
1.09 
1.15 
1.54 
1.19 

1.61 
1.22 
2.84 
1.19 
1.25 



tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

♦Excluding summer population 

§Estimated 



Statement D 



229 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1964 



Commercial Service 
(including flat-rate water- heaters) 


Industrial Power Service 








8 £ 


Av- 








■a 


S a 


Av- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumpti) 
per Custorr 


erage 
Cost 
per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Average of 
Customers' 
Monthly 
Loads Bille 


Monthly 
Consumpti< 
per Custorr 


erage 
Cost 
per 

KwhA 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kwh 


t 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kw 


kwh 


t 


77,661 


6,140,475 


297 


1,723 


1.26 


256,704 


33,236,936 


77 


8,176 


35,971 


0.77 


61,927 


3,282,626 


197 


1,389 


1.89 


39,248 


3,651,408 


24 


964 


12,679 


1.07 


19,895 


996,705 


96 


865 


2.00 


11,451 


720,018 


11 


294 


5,455 


1.59 


3,697 


237,906 


16 


1,239 


1.55 


5,546 


326,486 


4 


215 


6,802 


1.70 


80,224 


6,282,124 


196 


2,671 


1.28 


108,131 


11,533,506 


62 


3,641 


15,502 


0.94 


6,656 


345,550 


24 


1,200 


1.93 


7,368 


303,760 


7 


258 


3,616 


2.43 


8,488 


506,710 


16 


2,639 


1.68 


2,543 


190,580 


3 


66 


5,294 


1.33 


2,326 


147,120 


15 


817 


1.58 


2,785 


157,670 


5 


111 


2,628 


1.77 


4,078 


227,480 


18 


1,053 


1.79 


3,702 


66,060 


7 


217 


786 


5.60 


4,992 


257,920 


13 


1,653 


1.94 


746 


76,690 


2 


15 


3,195 


0.97 


8,066 


453,850 


52 


727 


1.78 


2,789 


139,300 


6 


123 


1,935 


2.00 


2,286 


124,070 


8 


1,292 


1.84 


6,068 


255,600 


3 


177 


7,100 


2.37 


67,488 


5,079,392 


144 


2,939 


1.33 


9,743 


878,988 


8 


301 


9,156 


1.11 


3,662 


163,887 


10 


§910 


2.23 














58,057 


4,026,250 


124 


2,706 


1.44 


40,150 


2,561,198 


36 


1,374 


5,929 


1.57 


7,170 


506,346 


24 


1,758 


1.42 


18,042 


1,340,852 


15 


637 


7,449 


1.35 


3,215 


161,610 


18 


748 


1.99 


6,431 


334,730 


3 


208 


9,298 


1.92 


5,098 


258,019 


23 


935 


1.98 


4,245 


162,158 


4 


132 


3,378 


2.62 


22,929 


1,463,580 


62 


1,967 


1.57 


55,637 


4,144,420 


22 


1,489 


15,699 


1.34 


1,160 


49,670 


4 


1,035 


2.34 


1,142 


38,520 


2 


41 


1,605 


2.96 


83,458 


5,431,003 


124 


3,650 


1.54 


6,969 


478,200 


5 


153 


7,970 


1.46 


4,844 


370,978 


13 


2,378 


1.31 


7,925 


406,500 


2 


184 


16,938 


1.95 


10,272 


580,393 


36 


1,344 


1.77 


8,491 


459,671 


14 


296 


2,736 


1.85 


157,487 


10,721,350 


222 


4,025 


1.47 


126,781 


10,823,153 


96 


3,954 


9,395 


1.17 


61,109 


4,008,326 


198 


1,687 


1.52 


99,358 


9,049,456 


40 


2,844 


18,853 


1.10 


28,046 


1,631,892 


132 


1,030 


1.72 


34,258 


2,359,255 


23 


1,007 


8,548 


1.45 


4,135 


259,590 


20 


1,082 


1.59 


7,871 


571,650 


12 


253 


3,970 


1.38 


530,466 


47,215,623 


899 


4,377 


1.12 


337,315 


37,295,552 


88 


10,425 


35,318 


0.90 


22;816 


1,129,008 


57 


§1,442 


2.02 


9,192 


658,566 


8 


241 


6,860 


1.40 


7,711 


489,300 


58 


703 


1.58 


6,233 


265,000 


2 


230 


11,042 


2.35 


41,163 


2,627,389 


84 


2,607 


1.57 


123,791 


12,346,741 


36 


3,220 


28,580 


1.00 


11,701 


869,498 


31 


2,337 


1.35 


2,546 


171,750 


12 


95 


1,193 


1.48 


1,394 


89,126 


8 


928 


1.56 


2,659 


100,000 


1 


97 


8,333 


2.66 


9,931 


537,555 


32 


1,400 


1.85 


10,248 


646,620 


7 


281 


7,698 


1.58 


5,726 


355,090 


45 


658 


1.61 


4,327 


195,050 


4 


106 


4,064 


2.22 


22,231 


1,209,400 


103 


978 


1.84 


6,423 


697,400 


3 


150 


19,372 


0.92 


7,838 


552,738 


28 


1,645 


1.42 


5,459 


273,110 


5 


162 


4,552 


2.00 


656 


21,430 
577,596 


7 
30 


255 
1,604 


3.06 
1.55 














8,955 


3,994 


225,838 


7 


173 


2,689 


1.77 


50,968 


3,477,731 


87 


3,331 


1.47 


4,364 


299,905 


6 


149 


4,165 


1.46 



ASee Introduction page 199. 



230 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 

Load 

Decern 

ber 

1964 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


No. 


kwh 


1,091 


355 


59,453 


610 


1,163 


§583 


1,361 


§535 


160 


402 


217 


449 


774 


514 


834 


525 


8,603 


611 


12,895 


677 


624 


485 


9,262 


489 


3,238 


541 


951 


400 


465 


260 


2,327 


484 


141 


378 


735 


233 


272 


439 


106 


376 


1,294 


469 


1,849 


398 


12,196 


538 


634 


369 


800 


513 


76,952 


469 


1,494 


548 


612 


465 


600 


580 


395 


391 


412 


463 


2,252 


521 


632 


517 


301 


544 


114 


401 


1,399 


409 


123 


250 


77 


383 


423 


570 


185 


287 



erage 
Cost 
per 
Kwh 



Essex 

Etobicoke Twp. . . 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Forest Hill 

Fort William 

Frankford 

Gait 

Georgetown 

fGeraldton 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

fGogama 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Granton 

Gravenhurst 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

jHaileybury 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

tHepworth 

Hespeler , 

Highgate 

Holstein 

fHornepayne 

fHudson Townsite 



No. 
3,551 

194,099 

3,144 

4,037 

390 

506 

2,618 

2,174 

22,494 

46,662 

1,698 

30,174 

11,374 

3,612 

1,206 

6,671 

§520 
*884 
732 
280 

3,223 
5,962 
41,993 
2,082 
2,842 

275,670 

4,687 

1,622 

1,752 

850 

1,290 

9,014 

2,651 

935 

333 

4,950 

382 

148 

§1,500 

§600 



No. 

1,228 

62,928 

1,301 

1,478 

175 

246 

856 

915 

9,051 

14,700 

665 
9,990 
3,436 
1,153 

538 

2,550 
166 
841 
345 
125 

1,424 

2,054 

13,413 

803 

968 

87,946 

1,760 

681 

705 

424 

443 
2,415 
708 
379 
129 

1,561 

166 

96 

488 

222 



kw 
2,307 
193,966 
2,891 
4,585 
326 

533 

1,584 

1,768 

19,300 

43,320 

1,235 
31,674 
10,339 

1,926 
868 

7,844 
348 
685 
607 
179 

2,966 
4,425 
43,771 
1,803 
2,122 

473,359 

6,066 

1,736 

1,632 

680 

846 
5,324 
2,120 
1,020 

219 

6,631 
252 
154 

1,087 
859 



$ 

60,578 

4,640,231 

100,138 

105,949 

9,670 

10,537 

59,290 

54,193 

652,302 

800,065 

38,329 

621,082 

255,423 

76,562 

17,033 

157,282 

16,091 

44,393 

18,939 

7,560 

75,822 
119,017 
1,016,990 
34,538 
73,981 

4,560,049 

100,863 

40,704 

46,570 

22,275 

28,228 

176,065 

55,946 

21,985 

8,315 

84,828 

4,835 

4,174 

57,528 

12,425 



kwh 

4,644,520 

435,113,041 

7,753,211 

8,433,561 

771,787 

1,169,987 

4,777,838 

5,255,721 

63,068,380 

104,803,848 

3,628,665 

54,399,102 

21,024,262 

4,567,000 

1,450,268 

13,510,936 

639,600 

2,055,970 

1,433,320 

478,090 

7,289,465 
8,828,710 
78,680,613 
2,803,695 
4,921,000 

433,087,889 
9,822,827 
3,416,340 
4,172,935 
1,855,438 

2,290,967 

14,068,315 

3,919,013 

1,964,740 

548,100 

6,873,581 
369,070 
353,880 

2,894,000 
637,500 



fRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

'Excluding summer population. 

§Estimated. 



Statement D 



231 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1964 





Commercial Service 








Industrial Power Service 






(including flat-rate water-heaters) 






















§ a 


Av- 








-o 


hly 

imption 

ustomer 


Av- 








% a 

<n O 


erage 










erage 






Cus- 


>. a *j 

-C 5 3 


Cost 






Cus- 


mS2 


Cost 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Const 
perC 


per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Avera 
Custc 
Mont 
Loads 


Mont 
Const 
per C 


per 
Kwh A 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kwh 


I 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kw 


kwh 


i 


50,844 


3,331,912 


107 


2,595 


1.53 


24,090 


1,309,190 


30 


891 


3,637 


1.84 


1,860,233 


141,760,247 


2,510 


4,707 


1.31 


3,034,607 


328,377,408 


965 


84,140 


28,357 


0.92 


33,992 


1,979,719 


99 


§1,078 


1.72 


37,324 


2.294,721 


39 


1,135 


4,903 


1.63 


33,244 


1,724,800 


85 


§1,092 


1.93 


95,615 


8,054,224 


32 


2,656 


20,975 


1.19 


3,274 


197,907 


11 


1,499 


1.65 


3,102 


113,270 


4 


117 


2,360 


2.74 


5,674 


404,110 


27 


1,247 


1.40 


1,576 


108,520 


2 


67 


4,522 


1.45 


16,769 


968,151 


71 


1,136 


1.73 


4,657 


233,875 


11 


145 


1,772 


1.99 


22,435 


1,659,109 


57 


2,426 


1.35 


14,414 


1,298,812 


24 


492 


4,510 


1.11 


235,381 


20,956,390 


444 


3,933 


1.12 


11,499 


1,492,230 


4 


327 


31,088 


0.77 


477,236 


48,094,028 


1,620 


2,474 


0.99 


535,311 


64,145,941 


185 


21,190 


28,895 


0.83 


6,967 


519,838 


36 


1,203 


1.34 


2,713 


292,431 


5 


92 


4,874 


0.93 


241,442 


17,090,528 


581 


2,451 


1.41 


635,089 


72,186,108 


147 


20,359 


40,922 


0.88 


73,200 


5,082,412 


153 


2,768 


1.44 


198,411 


22,193,684 


45 


5,388 


41,099 


0.89 


58,178 


3,484,100 


185 


1,569 


1.67 


2,884 


114,400 


17 


82 


561 


2.52 


18,349 


1,207,452 


55 


1,829 


1.52 


11,070 


557,357 


18 


472 


2,580 


1.99 


56,921 


3,594,397 


156 


1,920 


1.58 


187,500 


15,732,460 


67 


5,297 


19,568 


1.19 


5,762 


201,500 


23 


730 


2.86 


7,253 


434,500 


2 


93 


18,104 


1.67 


27,876 


1,523,560 


106 


1,198 


1.83 














8,599 


392,290 


66 


495 


2.19 


5,319 


284,430 


7 


170 


3,386 


1.87 


1,674 


72,200 


18 


334 


2.32 


149 


550 


1 


7 






34,552 


2,826,890 


102 


2,310 


1.22 


26,124 


2,594,522 


28 


859 


7,722 


1.01 


85,160 


5,669,826 


179 


2,640 


1.50 


37,656 


2,801,730 


26 


1,038 


8,980 


1.34 


489,494 


32,542,659 


1,086 


2,497 


1.50 


936,630 


99,039,771 


131 


25,054 


63,002 


0.95 


30,090 


1,787,060 


143 


1,041 


1.68 


32,924 


2,110,607 


26 


1,195 


6,765 


1.56 


48,284 


2,577,700 


160 


1,343 


1.87 


5,442 


439,500 


8 


142 


4,578 


1.24 


2,998,125 


264,652,707 


9,329 


2,364 


1.13 


12,276,484 


2,064,913,646 


1,665 


357,165 


103,349 


0.59 


56,215 


3,876,928 


227 


1,423 


1.45 


74,227 


7,180,049 


39 


2,679 


15,342 


1.03 


16,151 


1,046,789 


53 


1,646 


1.54 


28,607 


2,683,909 


16 


760 


13,979 


1.07 


27,973 


1,780,304 


91 


1,630 


1.57 


19,543 


980,938 


14 


676 


5,839 


1.99 


5,891 


404,700 


23 


1,466 


1.46 


4,260 


260,142 


6 


154 


3,613 


1.64 


9,619 


600,642 


28 


1,788 


1.60 


1,946 


142,410 


3 


60 


3,956 


1.37 


92,123 


5,570,542 


136 


3,413 


1.65 


18,882 


1,371,378 


27 


674 


4,233 


1.38 


28,936 


1,800,255 


65 


2,308 


1.61 


15,488 


1,137,736 


11 


488 


8,619 


1.36 


10,175 


557,770 


56 


830 


1.82 


23,111 


1,440,090 


22 


757 


5,455 


1.60 


3,479 


167,000 


15 


928 


2.08 














29,598 


1,785,171 


125 


1,190 


1.66 


183,098 


21,586,599 


37 


5,605 


48,618 


0.85 


3,773 


215,870 


39 


461 


1.75 


4,525 


157,250 


4 


144 


3,276 


2.88 


1,303 


79,050 


17 


388 


1.65 


953 


63,600 


2 


19 


2,650 


1.50 


23,376 


981,300 


62 


1,319 


2.38 


9,032 


601,400 


3 


130 


16,706 


1.50 


5,972 


319,200 


34 


782 


1.87 


25,308 


1,850,000 


3 


500 


51,389 


1.37 



ASee Introduction page 199. 



232 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 



Popula- 
tion 





Peak 






Load 




Decern 


Total 


ber 


Customers 


1964 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water- heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly- 
Consumption 
per Customer 



Av- 
erage 
Cost 

per 
Kwh 



Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

tJellicoe Townsite 

Kapuskasing 

fKearns Townsite 

Kemptville 

Killaloe Station 

Kincardine 

King City 

fKing Kirkland Townsite . 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

fKirkland Lake (including 

Swastika ) 

Kitchener 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

Long Branch 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

tMatachewan Twp 



No. 

3,071 

7,025 

1.145 

742 

§200 

12,295 

§500 

2,076 

836 

2,882 

1,895 

§600 

51,451 

3,439 

197 



§18,600 

82,674 

2,201 

2,654 

954 

571 

1,635 

452 

9,152 

11,375 

4,326 

175,936 

11,658 

1,309 

960 

1,044 
580 

1,391 
260 

1,102 

5,702 
1,331 
393 
1,301 
§950 



No. 


kw 


1,247 


3,012 


2,401 


6,372 


407 


1,135 


277 


53C 


69 


77 


2,367 


5,427 


188 


310 


840 


2,194 


285 


501 


1,288 


2,633 


543 


1,568 


207 


385 


17,715 


70,315 


1,428 


2,933 


109 


159 


6,050 


10,626 


27,450 


91,493 


803 


1,872 


745 


1,602 


317 


482 


215 


447 


487 


992 


156 


210 


3,401 


8,229 


4,114 


11,666 


1,640 


4,535 


56,533 


157,551 


4,781 


9,013 


416 


759 


378 


795 


474 


1,104 


175 


462 


603 


1,236 


108 


165 


485 


1,002 


1,892 


5,307 


499 


967 


128 


183 


353 


691 


312 


391 



76,416 

144,117 

26,990 

13,898 

4,130 

145,792 
13,421 
57,623 
18,857 
68,372 

64,832 

16,117 

1,124,621 

58,334 

5,917 



388,066 

1,607,506 

46,112 

61,398 

13,035 

13,253 

40,243 

7,251 

160,942 

245,445 

104,265 

3,385,434 

247,006 

25,485 

27,733 

21,907 
13,728 
29,339 
6,485 
24,046 

147,216 

30,306 

5,803 

31,667 

15,908 



kwh 


No. 


kwh 


6,797,500 


1,112 


§542 


9,266,280 


2,169 


356 


2,629,167 


347 


631 


941,320 


254 


309 


232,200 


55 


352 


12,639,063 


2,175 


484 


944,900 


176 


447 


4,909,366 


782 


523 


1,124,500 


261 


359 


6,865,990 


1,167 


490 


4,636,940 


522 


740 


1,121,400 


187 


500 


107,616,841 


15,138 


592 


5,576,470 


1,276 


364 


417,070 


102 


341 


25,869,400 


5,102 


423 


164,561,893 


25,560 


537 


4,809,437 


665 


603 


4,377,800 


716 


510 


1,327,908 


299 


370 


964,580 


193 


416 


3,291,650 


432 


635 


518,508 


144 


300 


12,967,440 


3,080 


351 


23,598,698 


3,761 


523 


9,634,514 


1,474 


545 


273,619,444 


53,167 


429 


22,519,766 


4,566 


411 


1,874,311 


390 


400 


2,174,037 


354 


512 


2,033,318 


369 


459 


1,198,201 


167 


598 


2,987,177 


531 


469 


335,550 


100 


280 


2,222,100 


388 


477 


11,647,865 


1,764 


550 


2,618,351 


461 


473 


468,080 


112 


348 


1,990,298 


333 


498 


1,016,000 


268 


316 



i 

1.12 
1.56 
1.03 
1.48 
1.78 

1.15 
1.42 
1.17 
1.68 
1.00 

1.40 
1.44 
1.05 
1.05 
1.42 



1.50 
0.98 
0.96 
1.40 
0.98 

1.37 
1.22 
1.40 
1.24 
1.04 

1.08 
1.24 
1.10 
1.36 
1.28 

1.08 
1.15 
0.98 
1.93 
1.08 

1.26 
1.16 
1.24 
1.59 
1.57 



tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 
§Estimated 



Statement D 



233 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1964 





Commercial Service 








Industrial Power Service 






(including flat-rate water- hea ters ) 






















ii 

n O 


Av- 








TJ 


hly 

imption 

ustomer 


Av- 








erage 








"SB S 


erage 






Cus- 


s. & ij 


Cost 






Cus- 


Average 
Custome 
Monthly 
Loads Bi 


Cost 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Consi 
perC 


per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Consi 
perC 


per 

Kwh A 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kwh 


t 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kw 


kwh 


i 


70,143 


4,929,770 


104 


§2,417 


1.42 


18,353 


1,546,830 


31 


682 


4,158 


1.19 


71,449 


4,311,820 


179 


2,007 


1.66 


159,503 


15,784,690 


53 


4,770 


24,819 


1.01 


16,914 


1,214,321 


56 


1,807 


1.39 


3,162 


278,200 


4 


113 


5,796 


1.14 


4,424 


240,750 


16 


1,254 


1.84 


8,376 


488,930 


7 


221 


5,821 


1.71 


2,265 


122,700 


14 


730 


1.85 














88,342 


5,894,901 


163 


3,014 


1.50 


9,200 


610,292 


29 


440 


1,754 


1.51 


2,361 


143,800 


11 


1,089 


1.64 


527 


22,200 


1 


15 


1,850 


2.37 


35,564 


2,716,038 


46 


4,920 


1.31 


23,344 


1,652,436 


12 


729 


11,475 


1.41 


8,850 


526,932 


23 


1,909 


1.68 


169 


1,040 


1 


14 


87 




27,761 


1,807,391 


97 


1,553 


1.54 


26,838 


2,038,819 


24 


814 


7,079 


1.32 


16,668 


900,080 


17 


4,412 


1.85 


1,824 


140,440 


4 


43 


2,926 


1.30 


3,000 


213,800 


20 


891 


1.40 














911,158 


75,510,649 


2,363 


2,663 


1.21 


746,252 


97,262,148 


214 


23,867 


37,875 


0.77 


34,280 


2,305,890 


118 


1,628 


1.49 


30,004 


2,005,770 


34 


1,254 


4,916 


1.50 


1,024 


44,300 


7 


527 


2.31 














213,960 


14,156,000 


918 


1,285 


1.51 


56,553 


5,073,100 


30 


2,040 


14,092 


1.11 


822,635 


66,529,664 


1,529 


3,626 


1.24 


1,754,587 


198,143,676 


361 


51,450 


45,740 


0.89 


27,445 


1,807,401 


123 


1,225 


1.52 


11,348 


864,657 


15 


401 


4,804 


1.31 


9,066 


473,310 


27 


1,461 


1.92 


2,092 


158,370 


2 


45 


6,599 


1.32 


2,757 


219,551 


14 


1,307 


1.26 


5,843 


396,843 


4 


217 


8,268 


1.47 


7,726 


490,720 


22 


1,859 


1.57 














10,081 


560,375 


52 


898 


1.80 


1,546 


144,590 


3 


30 


4,016 


1.07 


2,933 


205,220 


10 


1,710 


1.43 


847 


38,615 


2 


33 


1,609 


2.19 


105,820 


6,993,760 


256 


2,277 


1.51 


171,540 


18,464,190 


65 


4,242 


23,672 


0.93 


124,464 


9,104,730 


262 


2,896 


1.37 


189,282 


22,424,546 


91 


5,392 


20,535 


0.84 


62,257 


4,413,120 


128 


2,873 


1.41 


55,521 


4,553,320 


38 


1,624 


9,985 


1.22 


2,003,610 


159,984,739 


2,820 


4,728 


1.25 


2,482,138 


286,928,922 


546 


70,236 


43,793 


0.87 


69,194 


6,029,879 


190 


2,645 


1.15 


87,876 


9,272,938 


25 


3,138 


30,910 


0.95 


14,293 


999,579 


24 


3,471 


1.43 


1,032 


28,709 


2 


55 


1,196 


3.59 


7,345 


467,471 


18 


2,164 


1.57 


4,336 


216,500 


6 


147 


3,007 


2.00 


13,626 


857,199 


93 


768 


1.59 


20,382 


1,046,760 


12 


520 


7,269 


1.95 


2,224 


140,900 


5 


2,348 


1.58 


4,520 


240,500 


3 


161 


6,681 


1.88 


19,602 


1,435,842 


59 


2,028 


1.37 


7,987 


471,889 


13 


278 


3,025 


1.69 


1,870 


93,910 


7 


1,118 


1.99 


476 


9,650 


1 


17 


804 


4.93 


16,896 


1,088,140 


91 


996 


1.55 


4,185 


305,860 


6 


129 


4,248 


1.37 


55,104 


3,789,931 


108 


2,924 


1.45 


46,762 


4,159,793 


20 


1,400 


17,332 


1.12 


11,523 


733,972 


32 


1,911 


1.57 


2,938 


228,718 


6 


79 


3,177 


1.28 


1,956 


114,840 


14 


684 


1.70 


735 


18,400 


2 


47 


767 


3.99 


8,703 


470,018 


19 


2,061 


1.85 


809 


90,200 


1 


15 


7,517 


0.90 


5,143 


315,400 


44 


597 


1.63 





























ASee Introduction page 199. 



234 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 

Load 

Decern 

ber 

1964 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 



Av- 
erage 
Cost 

per 
Kwh 



fMatheson 

tMattawa 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp.. . 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges . 
Mount Forest . . . 

Napanee 

JNepean Twp. . . . 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg . . 
|New Liskeard . . . 

Newmarket 

New Toronto 
Niagara 

Niagara Falls . . . 
Nipigon Twp. . . . 

North Bay 

North York Twp 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 



No. 

911 
3,272 

847 
2,242 
3,842 

631 
909 
9,103 
898 
887 

6,165 

1,110 

18,584 

2,347 

315 

1,984 
1,045 
2,672 
4,458 
35,147 

529 
265 
575 
339 
1,345 

2,215 
4,861 
8,493 
11,668 
2,815 

53,352 
2,749 

23,349 

334,887 

1,613 

1,127 

48,523 

516 

811 

5,106 



No. 


kw 


320 


940 


854 


2,029 


327 


759 


449 


1,026 


1,603 


3,574 


262 


428 


364 


646 


3,054 


10,840 


328 


641 


339 


636 


1,859 


5,976 


496 


1,136 


7,050 


10,597 


961 


2,549 


144 


439 


724 


1,682 


385 


486 


1,101 


2,620 


1,742 


4,058 


10,410 


32,418 


210 


509 


158 


153 


194 


345 


140 


167 


525 


1,265 


792 


1,909 


1,713 


4,812 


2,820 


8,940 


4,164 


31,949 


1,096 


2,007 


16,873 


41,314 


788 


1,952 


8,119 


19,358 


109,000 


294,740 


693 


1,075 


423 


812 


13,904 


79,392 


241 


382 


316 


598 


1,894 


4,714 



20,512 
76,471 
18,295 
37,130 

79,2o7 

10,026 
21,900 
167,764 
18,800 
27,650 

144,674 
29,536 

364,166 

61,598 

7,920 

48,597 
19,608 
68,273 
97,112 
541,396 

8,906 
8,111 

12,971 
5,899 

33,054 

52,663 
131,404 
194,792 
237,176 

73,477 

991,430 

50,125 

505,178 

7,840,619 

38,960 

24,713 

1,276,925 

8,433 

19,976 

135,642 



kwh 


No. 


kwh 


1,458,600 


254 


479 


4,294,700 


726 


493 


1,464,864 


292 


418 


3,104,240 


399 


648 


7,401,898 


1,361 


453 


804,231 


196 


342 


l,671,4t>4 


343 


406 


19,062,752 


2,835 


560 


1,617,9c 4 


290 


§496 


1,936,690 


323 


500 


12,153,350 


1,680 


603 


2,372,475 


427 


463 


34,181,498 


6,743 


422 


4,732,745 


873 


452 


679,450 


131 


432 


4,207,347 


645 


544 


1,240,052 


352 


294 


6,364,870 


998 


531 


9,533,328 


1,550 


513 


37,389,849 


9,764 


638 


970,390 


190 


426 


420,333 


147 


238 


912,440 


166 


458 


456,620 


130 


293 


2,775,138 


477 


485 


4,742,195 


718 


550 


8,673,200 


1,413 


512 


17,523,985 


2,532 


577 


22,481,127 


3,892 


481 


6,176,729 


1,008 


§513 


85,168,770 


15,754 


451 


4,830,487 


705 


571 


44,438,858 


6,757 


548 


665,753,203 


101,825 


545 


3,048,340 


579 


439 


2,331,501 


384 


506 


104,352,632 


13,007 


669 


629,140 


193 


272 


1,394,692 


285 


408 


11,479,070 


1,712 


559 



1.41 
1.78 
125 
1.20 
1.07 

1.25 
1.31 
0.88 
1.16 
1.43 

1.19 
1.24 
1.07 
1.30 
1.17 

1.16 
1.58 
1.07 
1.02 

1.45 

0.92 
1.93 
1.42 
1.29 
1.19 

1.11 
1.52 
1.11 
1.06 
1.19 

1.16 
1.04 
1.14 
1.18 
1.28 

1.06 
1.22 
1.34 
1.43 
1.18 



JSix months' operation. 

tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

§Estimated. 



Statement D 



235 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1964 



Commercial Service 
(including flat-rate water- heaters) 


Industrial Power Service 










Av- 








T3 


Ji 

n O 


Av- 








n O 


erage 








SB = 


erage 






Cus- 


s^ D. .3 


Cost 






Cus- 


&P-« 




Cost 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Aven 
Custc 
Mont 
Load; 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


per 

Kwh A 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kwh 


t 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kw 


kwh 


i 


14,772 


905,400 


64 


1,179 


1.63 


12,819 


658,000 


2 


317 


27,417 


1.95 


47,140 


2,269,400 


125 


1,513 


2.08 


26,864 


2,038,000 


3 


523 


56,611 


1.32 


14,513 


858,120 


31 


2,307 


1.69 


5,617 


177,400 


4 


189 


3,696 


3.17 


12,478 


707,634 


47 


1,255 


1.76 


1,428 


110,100 


3 


28 


3,058 


1.30 


37,170 


2,548,322 


205 


1,036 


1.46 


61,485 


6,025,580 


37 


1,688 


13,571 


1.02 


10,633 


671,755 


62 


903 


1.58 


4,029 


185,087 


4 


111 


3,856 


2.18 


3,306 


199,180 


14 


1,186 


1.66 


5,815 


367,780 


7 


206 


4,378 


1.58 


64,165 


5,777,506 


145 


3,320 


1.11 


181,381 


22,452,372 


74 


7,793 


25,284 


0.81 


7,538 


427,321 


30 


§742 


1.76 


4,956 


298,023 


8 


156 


3,104 


1.66 


5,029 


212,338 


16 


1,106 


2.37 














60,438 


4,231,615 


157 


2,246 


1.43 


84,407 


7,982,967 


22 


2,119 


30,239 


1.06 


16,433 


992,406 


52 


1,590 


1.66 


13,554 


798,708 


17 


469 


3,915 


1.70 


144,177 


11,090,448 


267 


3,461 


1.30 


61,918 


4,986,054 


40 


2,091 


10,388 


1.24 


21,545 


1,283,078 


68 


1,572 


1.68 


55,456 


4,305,633 


20 


1,522 


17,940 


1.29 


2,275 


118,345 


11 


897 


1.92 


8,145 


663,000 


2 


189 


27,625 


1.23 


25,226 


1,757,309 


71 


2,063 


1.44 


12,216 


937,872 


8 


355 


9,770 


1.30 


6,238 


360,172 


28 


1,072 


1.73 


6,790 


278,250 


5 


206 


4,638 


2.44 


29,418 


2,070,410 


76 


2,270 


1.42 


16,961 


951,580 


27 


653 


2,937 


1.78 


54,452 


4,021,561 


156 


2,148 


1.35 


43,504 


4,008,501 


36 


1,573 


9,279 


1.09 


256,606 


22,113,640 


609 


6,052 


1.16 


50,567 


4,426,966 


37 


2,702 


19,941 


1.14 


1,620 


94,390 


17 


463 


1.72 


4,191 


376,380 


3 


158 


10,455 


1.11 


1,589 


77,848 


11 


590 


2.04 














4,547 


194,829 


24 


676 


2.33 


3,369 


152,148 


4 


106 


3,170 


2.21 


1,748 


113,190 


9 


1,048 


1.54 


168 


3,160 


1 


11 


263 


5.32 


12,732 


820,380 


37 


1,848 


1.55 


10,912 


1,025,367 


11 


291 


7,768 


1.06 


18,920 


1,195,859 


53 


1,880 


1.58 


27,343 


1,839,780 


21 


783 


7,301 


1.49 


98,380 


5,390,700 


278 


1,616 


1.82 


74,757 


5,923,000 


22 


1,837 


22,436 


1.26 


158,165 


12,222,798 


253 


4,026 


1.29 


75,972 


7,378,738 


35 


2,380 


17,568 


1.03 


167,172 


13,703,656 


231 


4,944 


1.22 


1,038,784 


146,608,355 


41 


28,268 


297,984 


0.71 


22,029 


1,298,970 


69 


§1,473 


1.70 


13,644 


794,440 


19 


404 


3,484 


1.72 


760,557 


62,772,692 


1,020 


5,128 


1.21 


435,316 


46,607,379 


99 


13,106 


39,232 


0.93 


31,910 


2,577,158 


79 


2,719 


1.24 


11,170 


1,572,744 


4 


265 


32,766 


0.71 


399,972 


29,024,595 


1,212 


1,996 


1.38 


159,414 


14,660,485 


150 


4,581 


8,145 


1.09 


4,774,126 


371,535,472 


6,257 


4,948 


1.28 


2,284,748 


215,633,008 


918 


67,554 


19,575 


1.06 


16,594 


836,860 


101 


690 


1.98 


5,043 


339,860 


13 


141 


2,179 


1.48 


7,631 


486,322 


35 


1,158 


1.57 


3,681 


164,050 


4 


161 


3,418 


2.24 


532,429 


39,756,773 


744 


4,453 


1.34 


2,330,773 


328,321,909 


153 


52,952 


178,825 


0.71 


2,281 


127,580 


17 


625 


1.79 


11,815 


1,223,240 


31 


279 


3,288 


0.97 


6,693 


291,763 


26 


935 


2.29 


4,795 


350,809 


5 


99 


5,847 


1.37 


48,628 


3.277,223 


134 


2,038 


1.48 


41,083 


3,213,568 


48 


1,608 


5,579 


1.28 



ASee Introduction page 199. 



236 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1964 



Residential Service 
(including flat- rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 







11 






>. Q-2 




Cus- 


2 § § 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


kwh 


No. 


kwh 


29,377,815 


4,838 


506 


2,074,072 


354 


488 


158,468,922 


20,571 


642 


677,378,342 


85,949 


657 


1,350,200 


260 


433 


39,559,873 


6,007 


549 


1,366,190 


253 


450 


3,559,565 


576 


515 


9,254,667 


1,801 


428 


2,487,154 


432 


48C 


12,978,602 


1,900 


569 


8,413,535 


1,303 


538 


11,106,644 


1,988 


466 


116,090,746 


15,849 


610 


4,322,520 


1,141 


316 


3,434,119 


506 


566 


496,900 


92 


450 


10,967,495 


1,531 


597 


1,089,758 


226 


536 


1,158,930 


191 


506 


3,006,438 


781 


321 


89,840,507 


12,798 


585 


959,510 


449 


178 


1,911,100 


493 


323 


18,935,810 


4,700 


336 


16,665,088 


2,633 


527 


4,966,057 


1,531 


270 


5,411,845 


1,027 


439 


17,689,583 


2,703 


545 


2,297,190 


546 


351 


5,655,445 


826 


571 


996,445 


306 


271 


3,893,261 


1,106 


293 


2,200,800 


308 


595 


9,820,476 


1,681 


487 


21,559,224 


3,585 


501 


176,820 


67 


220 


903,445 


130 


579 


1,394,126 


174 


668 


1,878,126 


391 


400 



Av- 
erage 
Cost 

per 
Kwh 



Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa (including Eastview 

and Rockliffe Park) 

Otterville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

tPickle Lake Landing Townsite 

Picton 

JPlantagenet 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Arthur 

Port Burwell 

tPort Carling 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

tPowassan 

Prescott 

Preston 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Rainy River 



No. 
14,854 
915 
69,822 

308,031 
754 

17,914 

744 

1,590 

6,025 

1,091 

6,054 
5,145 
5,682 
52,185 
3,793 

1,860 
§300 

5,016 
895 
495 

2,739 

45,416 

684 

*511 

17,242 

7,301 
3,199 
2,063 
8,350 
1,199 

2,371 
781 
•1,370 
1,071 
5,216 

12,365 

138 

421 

524 

1,009 



No. 
5,665 
381 
22,710 

97,645 
297 

6.447 
327 
646 

2,078 
488 

2,100 
1,414 
2,182 
16,930 
1,368 

542 
125 
1,849 
246 
202 

871 

14,394 

478 

566 

5,289 

2,780 
1,665 
1,145 

557 



343 
1,154 

390 
1,815 

3,868 

74 

171 

179 

425 



kw 
17,600 

805 
96,118 

294,432 

458 

14,298 

659 

1,483 

4,455 

1,116 

4,576 

3,177 

5,494 

52,195 

2,664 

1,221 
241 

4,734 
619 
823 

6,036 

54,832 

302 

377 

15,930 

15,282 
2,812 
1,916 
8,878 
1,504 

2,116 
396 

1,139 
788 

4,435 

10,881 

90 

362 

446 

782 



283,998 

26,174 

1,296,368 

5,111,347 
16,976 

395,198 
16,730 
42,354 

120,309 
31,641 

156,328 

76,664 

127,668 

1,285,213 

62,537 

46,699 

7,940 

115,145 

17,317 

14,995 

41,610 

956,257 

24,756 

37,989 

245,438 

174,981 
72,286 
72,005 

197,226 
26,352 

63,350 
14,738 
56,294 
30,420 
94,949 

246,815 

3,465 

9,890 

13,397 

32,954 



i 

0.97 
1.26 
0.82 

0.75 
1.26 

1.00 
1.22 
1.19 
1.30 
1.27 

1.20 
0.91 
1.15 
1.11 
1.45 

1.36 
1.60 
1.05 
1.59 
1.29 

1.38 
1.06 
2.58 
1.99 
1.30 

1.05 
1.46 
1.33 
1.11 
1.15 

1.12 
1.48 
1.45 
1.38 
0.97 

1.14 
1.96 
1.09 
0.96 
1.75 



tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontaric 

•Excluding summer population. 

^Estimated. 

JNine months' operation. 



Statement D 



237 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1964 





Commercial Service 






Industrial Power Service 




(including flat-rate 


water- heaters) 




















S 1 


Av- 








T) 


fl & 


Av- 










erage 








"s'e 1 


hly 

jmptu 

Huston- 


erage 






Cus- 


fl S ft 


Cost 






Cus- 


Average 
Custome 
Monthly 
Loads Bi 


Cost 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


per 

Kwh A 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kwh 


i 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kw 


kwh 


i 


185,850 


14,659,006 


680 


1,796 


1.27 


373,080 


40,093,224 


147 


14,504 


22,729 


0.93 


7,892 


541,652 


24 


1,881 


1.46 


6,606 


473,590 


3 


185 


13,155 


1.39 


605,814 


53,382,577 


1,835 


2,424 


1.13 


1,829,949 


246,526,705 


304 


56,866 


67,579 


0.74 


6,943,350 


608,609,496 


11,512 


4,406 


1.14 


505,890 


49,795,142 


184 


16,274 


22,552 


1.02 


5,916 


304,410 


31 


818 


1.94 


1,604 


57,700 


6 


60 


801 


2.78 


153,581 


12,233,894 


304 


3,354 


1.26 


157,455 


15,319,728 


136 


6,017 


9,387 


1.03 


9,758 


543,881 


67 


676 


1.79 


3,227 


211,572 


7 


86 


2,519 


1.53 


20,508 


1,280,289 


53 


2,013 


1.60 


10,339 


768,156 


17 


403 


3,765 


1.35 


54,655 


3,882,023 


238 


1,359 


1.41 


69,788 


7,946,888 


39 


2,479 


16,981 


0.88 


16,378 


955,158 


42 


1,895 


1.71 


17,387 


953,956 


14 


498 


5,678 


1.82 


75,319 


4,987,944 


177 


2,348 


1.51 


31,668 


2,783,409 


23 


866 


10,085 


1.14 


28,692 


2,447,382 


93 


2,193 


1.17 


30,173 


3,963,850 


18 


985 


18,351 


0.76 


58,588 


4,633,261 


156 


2,475 


1.26 


72,051 


7,035,522 


38 


2,506 


15,429 


1.02 


507,684 


41,298,249 


792 


4,345 


1.23 


797,771 


102,703,594 


289 


25,583 


29,615 


0.78 


47,794 


2,591,820 


192 


1,125 


1.84 


59,169 


2,858,080 


35 


1,449 


6,805 


2.07 


11,087 


837,022 


32 


2,180 


1.32 


5,672 


560,330 


4 


180 


11,674 


1.01 


5,266 


338,500 


32 


882 


1.56 


3,824 


295,700 


1 


62 


24,642 


1.29 


77,363 


5,580,750 


284 


1,638 


1.39 


34,246 


3,041,968 


34 


1,187 


7,456 


1.13 


5,622 


303,944 


18 


1,876 


1.85 


6,130 


244,140 


2 


185 


13,563 


2.51 


2,751 


126,420 


7 


1,505 


2.18 


22,306 


1,755,350 


4 


499 


36,570 


1.27 


45,176 


3,320,324 


70 


3,953 


1.36 


183,554 


20,275,390 


20 


5,347 


84,481 


0.91 


672,489 


58,274,702 


1,541 


3,151 


1.15 


817,747 


85,958,849 


55 


28,346 


130,241 


0.95 


4,885 


229,100 


26 


734 


2.13 


386 


8,830 


3 


24 


245 


4.37 


19,643 


886,400 


67 


1.102 


2.22 


1,501 


116,000 


6 


52 


1,611 


1.29 


146,659 


8,414,172 


487 


1,440 


1.74 


323,460 


41,978,839 


102 


8,518 


34,296 


0.77 


105,974 


8,716,536 


139 


5,226 


1.22 


489,511 


76,043,087 


8 


10,767 


792,115 


0.64 


36,093 


2,240,967 


91 


2,052 


1.61 


52,700 


4,507,168 


43 


1,577 


8,735 


1.17 


30,760 


1,799,286 


103 


1,456 


1.71 


16,992 


1,175,307 


15 


426 


6,529 


1.45 


64,465 


4,527,561 


143 


2,638 


1.42 


162,720 


16,025,566 


47 


4,969 


28,414 


1.02 


3,600 


230,516 


9 


2,134 


1.56 


26,569 


1,668,920 


2 


794 


69,538 


1.59 


22,985 


1,616,615 


33 


4,082 


1.42 


3,945 


166,439 


7 


170 


1,981 


2.37 


7,072 


392,213 


32 


1,021 


1.80 


1,175 


47,114 


5 


42 


785 


2.49 


11,991 


646,613 


30 


1,796 


1.85 


8,580 


421,420 


18 


362 


1,951 


2.04 


14,309 


814,700 


78 


870 


1.76 


817 


30,700 


4 


26 


640 


2.66 


49,774 


3,746,451 


115 


2,715 


1.33 


40,510 


3,878,529 


19 


1,316 


17,011 


1.04 


58,038 


3,908,277 


172 


1,894 


1.49 


255,806 


24,059,931 


111 


8,230 


18,063 


1.06 


557 


15,650 
301,249 


7 
37 


186 

678 


3.56 
1.69 














5,100 


1,976 


70,920 


4 


75 


1,478 


2.79 


4,828 


406,462 


5 


6,774 


1.19 














12,200 


600,933 


31 


1,615 


2.03 


2,273 


167,350 


3 


60 


4,649 


1,36 



ASee Introduction page 199. 



238 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1964 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 





Cus- 


hly 

jmption 

ustomer 


Consumption 


tomers 


Monl 
Cons 
per C 


kwh 


No. 


kwh 


5,250,600 


923 


474 


2,653,876 


326 


678 


16,580,478 


2,514 


550 


2,808,216 


360 


650 


35,092,188 


4,997 


585 


2,989,449 


918 


271 


1,067,470 


191 


466 


27,263.710 


5,668 


401 


4,982,974 


890 


467 


1,662,778 


285 


486 


1,399,376 


390 


299 


407,762 


120 


283 


1,261,078 


196 


536 


143,366,556 


24,881 


480 


2,503,340 


430 


485 


1,439,673 


265 


453 


1,388,608 


215 


538 


10,299,240 


1,583 


542 


42,371,330 


7,613 


464 


20,144,320 


6,248 


269 


46,311,945 


8,117 


475 


67,626,010 


14,549 


387 


464,416,925 


68,789 


563 


5,365,278 


631 


709 


4,489,887 


803 


466 


2,952,360 


548 


449 


15,833,553 


3,282 


402 


6,172,637 


807 


637 


20,120,576 


3,174 


528 


1,247,447 


288 


361 


4,251,157 


1,130 


314 


7,524,000 


1,723 


364 


1,118,970 


304 


307 


853,060 


172 


413 


3,553,390 


628 


472 


3,241,840 


500 


540 


15,113,629 


2,018 


624 


7,939,391 


1,182 


560 


42,572,630 


6,650 


533 


10,344,185 


1,757 


491 



Av- 
erage 
Cost 

per 
Kwh 



fRed Lake Twp 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Riverside 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich East Twp 

Sandwich West Twp 

Sarnia 

Scarborough Twp 

Schreiber Twp 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smith's Falls 

Smithville 

Southampton 

tSouth Porcupine Townsite 

South River 

Springfield 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 



No. 
2,752 
1,941 
8,550 
1,278 
19,217 

2,712 

458 

19,498 

3,549 
807 

1,051 

235 

560 

86,974 

1,536 

810 

731 

4,646 

22,549 

22,345 

31,334 

50,979 

251,675 

2,184 

2,278 

1,315 
9,853 
2,685 
9,749 
899 

1,848 

§6,000 

962 

506 

1,695 

1,364 
6,753 
3,656 
21,774 
5,412 



No. 
1,169 

351 
2,774 

376 
5,314 

1,114 
212 

5,827 
934 
303 

431 
129 
214 
27,619 
442 

290 

265 

1,724 

8,195 

6,577 

8,617 

15,559 

72,393 

681 

916 



3,657 
953 

3,480 
384 

1,271 

2,007 

328 

181 

704 

561 
2,145 
1,291 
7,514 
1,936 



kw 
2,292 
1,066 
7,987 
992 
14,491 

1,915 

492 

10,369 

1,767 

548 

717 
155 
468 
108,420 
817 

660 

662 

13,408 

21,833 

10,268 

20,538 

127,741 

206,468 

1,810 

2,050 

1,181 
11,464 

2,280 

10,452 

669 

1,392 

2,932 

503 

336 

1,517 

1,278 
5,091 
3,144 
22,817 
5,627 



$ 

85,729 

23,179 

165,926 
30,893 

433,987 

40,201 
12,288 
362,780 
59,755 
22,837 

21,219 

6,504 

13,665 

1,719,857 

35,767 

14,661 

16,312 

120,398 

531,799 

378,939 

673,639 

994,585 

5,390,190 

50,502 

51,586 

34,344 
153,746 

76,114 
235,853 

16,479 

53,821 
113,188 
22,706 
10,147 
35,605 

35,142 
173,587 
101,768 
483,938 
124,196 



t 

1.63 

0.87 

1.00 

1.10 

1.24 

1.34 
1.15 
1.33 
1.20 
1.37 

1.52 
1.60 
1.08 
1.20 
1.43 

1.02 
1.17 
1.17 
1.26 
1.88 

1.45 
1.47 
1.16 
0.94 
1.15 

1.16 
0.97 
1.23 
1.17 
1.32 

1.27 
1.50 
2.03 
1.19 
1.00 

1.08 
1.15 
1.28 
1.14 
1.20 



tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 
§Estimated. 



Statement D 



239 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1964 



Commercial Service 
(including flat-rate water- heaters) 


Industrial Power Service 








g § 


Av- 








"O 


g % 


Av- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumpti 
per Custon 


erage 
Cost 
per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Average of 
Customers' 
Monthly 
Loads Bille 


Monthly 
Consumpti 
per Custon 


erage 
Cost 
per 

Kwh A 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kwh 


i 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kw 


kwh 


i 


61,440 


3,888,000 


237 


1,367 


1.58 


11,726 


481,300 


9 


300 


4,456 


2.44 


15,591 


1,295,836 


24 


4,499 


1.20 


1,313 


108,000 


1 


55 


9,000 


1.22 


64,737 


5,172,766 


196 


2,199 


1.25 


95,940 


9,931,788 


64 


3,462 


12,932 


0.97 


13,511 


885,790 
10,101,614 


16 
242 


4,613 
3,479 


1.53 
1.48 














149,368 


163,353 


12,185,076 


75 


4,581 


13,539 


1.34 


30,527 


1,763,479 


168 


875 


1.73 


38,403 


2,618,467 


28 


1,132 


7,793 


1.47 


4,722 


260,830 


17 


1,279 


1.81 


2,603 


138,425 


4 


89 


2,884 


1.88 


69,794 


4,760,700 


132 


3,005 


1.47 


53,649 


4,396,370 


27 


1,699 


13,569 


1.22 


14,657 


927,217 


40 


1,932 


1.58 


3,010 


239,783 


4 


104 


4,995 


1.26 


4,968 


292,472 


17 


1,434 


1.70 


754 


18,030 


1 


35 


1,503 


4.18 


10,848 


690,770 


32 


1,799 


1.57 


6,276 


301,285 


9 


219 


2,790 


2.08 


2,531 


141,270 


9 


1,308 


1.79 














4,210 


299,479 


15 


1,664 


1.41 


627 


59,180 


3 


22 


1,644 


1.06 


835,434 


59,224,227 


2,447 


2,017 


1.41 


2,574,820 


332,516,433 


291 


68,855 


95,222 


0.77 


3,026 


167,640 


8 


1,746 


1.81 


4,857 


304,960 


4 


159 


6,353 


1.59 


7,100 


534,118 


20 


2,225 


1.33 


7,793 


630,890 


5 


214 


10,515 


1.24 


11,371 


687,348 


41 


1,397 


1.65 


7,321 


285,220 


9 


291 


2,641 


2.57 


32,868 


2,196,970 


96 


1,907 


1.50 


459,845 


70,475,480 


45 


11,153 


130,510 


0.65 


202,290 


14,676,090 


446 


2,742 


1.38 


417,539 


44,815,680 


136 


11,737 


27,461 


0.93 


145,913 


9,708,350 


240 


3,371 


1.50 


162,562 


10,081,910 


89 


4,526 


9,440 


1.61 


312,339 


21,856,834 


402 


4,531 


1.43 


178,274 


12,518,590 


98 


4,558 


10,645 


1.42 


624,000 


39,170,020 


862 


3,787 


1.59 


5,130,525 


811,958,980 


148 


106,319 


457,184 


0.63 


2,407,068 


192,728,997 


3,114 


5,158 


1.25 


2,226,265 


226,075,465 


490 


61,523 


38,448 


0.98 


24,599 


1,876,943 


49 


3,192 


1.31 


4,673 


588,400 


1 


119 


49,033 


0.79 


27,464 


1,762,644 


88 


1,669 


1.56 


22,375 


1,590,130 


25 


776 


5,300 


1.41 


16,067 


1,182,599 


46 


2,142 


1.36 


6,752 


. 358,882 


14 


277 


2,136 




126,167 


9,867,178 


309 


2,661 


1.28 


195,272 


22,046,626 


66 


6,186 


27,837 


0.89 


42,078 


2,349,325 


138 


1,419 


1.79 


12,439 


1,253,220 


8 


244 


13,054 


0.99 


134,587 


11,306,282 


276 


3,414 


1.19 


113,868 


13,265,468 


30 


3,407 


36,849 


0.86 


14,034 


699,585 


83 


702 


2.01 


14,805 


897,421 


13 


439 


5,753 


1.65 


23,990 


1,303,958 


124 


876 


1.84 


20,960 


1,398,500 


17 


589 


6,855 


1.50 


51,140 


2,860,000 


275 


867 


1.79 


3,118 


207,400 


9 


100 


1,920 


1.50 


8,493 


377,373 


20 


1,572 


2.25 


8,304 


498,215 


4 


150 


10,379 


1.67 


1,318 


106,550 


7 


1,268 


1.24 


1,535 


60,510 


2 


79 


2,521 


2.54 


11,384 


817,947 


55 


1,239 


1.39 


12,474 


1,237,239 


21 


438 


4,910 


1.01 


12,725 


822,299 


46 


1,490 


1.55 


8,534 


692,193 


15 


314 


3,846 


1.23 


49,812 


3,637,986 


97 


3,125 


1.37 


9,933 


697,768 


30 


362 


1,938 


1.42 


41,278 


2,410,103 


95 


2,114 


1.71 


13,646 


721,018 


14 


418 


4,292 


1.89 


257,280 


18,503,370 


711 


2,169 


1.39 


397,162 


41,640,050 


153 


12,800 


22,680 


0.95 


61,002 


4,218,547 


127 


2,768 


1.45 


117,368 


9,688,517 


52 


3,450 


15,526 


1.21 



ASee Introduction page 199. 



240 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 

Load 

Decern 

ber 

1964 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water- heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Cus- 
tomers 



i| 
5 8* 



Av- 
erage 
Cost 

per 
Kwh 



Streetsville 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Swansea 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

tThornloe 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

tTimmins (including 

Schumacher ) 

Toronto (including Leaside) 

Toronto Twp 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 



No. 

5,697 

6,690 

78,061 

600 

758 

1,423 
9,322 
521 
1,206 
4,531 

920 
1,949 
1,287 

970 

711 

1,686 

1,171 

405 

167 

458 

8,730 
3,178 
6,795 

§32,800 
655,022 

76,066 
780 

14,112 
1,708 
2,549 

1,727 

1,048 

4,176 

10,227 

303 

529 

*462 

1,898 

2,380 

25,478 



No. 


kw 


1,555 


4,658 


1,713 


3,746 


25,075 


53,179 


269 


548 


316 


749 


930 


1,370 


3,599 


7,723 


249 


608 


516 


1,076 


1,338 


1,882 


378 


1,029 


457 


1,676 


434 


1,175 


443 


992 


304 


639 


534 


1,124 


567 


1,439 


138 


303 


38 


55 


104 


204 


2,613 


15,683 


1,070 


2,072 


2,653 


7,383 


9,920 


17,782 


213,819 


677,334 


21,809 


98,359 


281 


531 


4,504 


17,823 


667 


1,692 


925 


2,698 


569 


940 


535 


571 


1,444 


4,778 


2,776 


10,157 


152 


233 


234 


370 


1,023 


387 


603 


1,488 


864 


1,600 


8,038 


26,306 



111,025 

124,154 

1,654,878 

14,389 

17,436 

53,978 
222,827 
12,860 
36,358 
78,146 

20,726 
46,595 
37,194 
19,155 

18,744 

42,754 

30,555 

10,981 

3,312 

7,001 

184,364 

43,537 

141,263 

652,726 
12,117,392 

1,873,409 

17,608 

259,729 

37,998 

57,976 

32,172 
25,162 
88,225 
94,320 
5,819 

14,278 
32,775 
45,574 
50,867 
513,497 



kwh 

8,740,038 
9,367,742 
155,143,459 
1,385,470 
1,469,856 

3,816,097 
21,174,761 
1,184,378 
3,137,280 
4,742,760 

1,895,942 
5,480,981 
2,913,280 
1,483,630 
1,528,520 

2,684,060 

2,097,190 

835,540 

229,100 

572,600 

11,833,725 
2,944,120 
11,315,655 

45,903,400 
956,587,122 

154,094,236 

1,637,( 

27,739,183 

3,852,381 

5,774,845 

2,401,536 
1,580,951 
8,285,540 
7,965,326 
462,827 

1,042,043 
1,570,040 
3,901,069 
3,503,326 
50,588,771 



No. 
1,371 
1,595 

22,504 
245 
283 

842 

3,460 

223 

483 

1,272 

340 
421 
409 
393 
273 

481 

468 

129 

29 

93 

2,356 

964 

2,312 

8,613 
181,218 

20,708 

254 

4,139 

589 

838 

519 

497 

1,331 

2,417 

117 

218 
816 
536 
815 
7,149 



kwh 
531 
489 
575 
471 
433 

378 
510 
443 
541 
311 

465 
1,085 
594 
315 
467 

465 
373 
540 
658 
513 

419 
255 



444 
440 

620 
537 
558 
545 
574 

386 
265 
519 
275 
330 

398 
160 
§622 
358 
590 



tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

'Excluding summer population. 

§Estimated. 



Statement D 



241 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1964 



Commercial Service 
(including fiat-rate water-heaters) 


Industrial Power Service 








Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


Av- 








T1 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


Av- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


erage 
Cost 
per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Average of 
Customers' 
Monthly 
Loads Billei 


erage 

Cost 

per 

KwhA 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kwh 


t 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kw 


kwh 


t 


50,431 


3,509,781 


161 


1,817 


1.44 


53,074 


5,389,492 


23 


1,478 


19,527 


0.98 


60,682 


4,056,928 


101 


3,347 


1.50 


8,212 


777,872 


17 


218 


3,813 


1.06 


983,590 


60,515,981 


2,287 


2,205 


1.63 


280,552 


22,121,163 


284 


8,206 


6,491 


1.27 


4,936 


306,530 


20 


1,277 


1.61 


3,530 


234,831 


4 


115 


4,892 


1.50 


10,533 


707,372 


28 


2,105 


1.49 


2,227 


90,927 


5 


84 


1,515 


2.45 


28,725 


1,731,139 


82 


1,759 


1.66 


6,125 


340,800 


6 


164 


4,733 


1.80 


82,189 


5,871,627 


121 


4,044 


1.40 


81,378 


9,308,214 


18 


2,124 


43,094 


0.87 


5,925 


401,453 


19 


1,761 


1.48 


8,331 


871,610 


7 


203 


10,376 


0.96 


6,972 


488,100 


20 


2,034 


1.43 


10,781 


652,470 


13 


358 


4,183 


1.65 


23,627 


1,398,530 


55 


2,119 


1.69 


13,649 


1,161,695 


11 


388 


8,801 


1.17 


6,518 


419,140 


30 


1,164 


1.56 


15,410 


1,336,400 


8 


453 


13,921 


1.15 


29,482 


2,316,237 


34 


5,677 


1.27 


5,264 


663,800 


2 


122 


27,658 


0.79 


6,950 


443,780 


19 


1,946 


1.57 


16,506 


1,459,890 


6 


364 


20,276 


1.13 


9,965 


701,820 


33 


1,772 


1.42 


20,864 


1,075,830 


17 


788 


5,274 


1.94 


5,554 


343,290 


23 


1,244 


1.62 


6,220 


457,590 


8 


176 


4,767 


1.36 


19,473 


1,019,074 


46 


1,846 


1.91 


5,390 


345,970 


7 


117 


4,119 


1.56 


17,430 


841,384 


80 


876 


2.07 


32,294 


2,057,428 


19 


1,096 


9,024 


1.57 


1,138 


61,060 


6 


848 


1.86 


2,211 


77,240 


3 


93 


2,146 


2.86 


1,259 


59,000 


9 


546 


2.13 














1,616 


75,280 


11 


570 


2.15 














65,882 


3,652,722 


216 


1,409 


1.80 


568,291 


78,128,051 


41 


13,406 


158,797 


0.73 


30,435 


1,973,150 


78 


2,108 


1.54 


37,688 


2,151,250 


28 


1,329 


6,403 


1.75 


132,774 


9,411,017 


286 


2,742 


1.41 


113,443 


9,445,552 


55 


3,354 


14,311 


1.20 


375,039 


23,117,600 


1,275 


1,511 


1.62 


36,345 


1,812,400 


32 


1,050 


4,720 


2.01 


9,731,093 


702,196,733 


25,245 


2,318 


1.39 


18,870,344 


2,005,486,762 


7,356 


483,238 


22,719 


0.94 


798,166 


61,069,107 


824 


6,176 


1.31 


2,424,467 


283,331,664 


277 


57,123 


85,238 


0.86 


4,295 


246,590 


20 


1,027 


1.74 


2,431 


175,845 


7 


75 


2,093 


1.38 


121,038 


10,028,398 


293 


2,852 


1.21 


397,469 


56,091,746 


72 


11,187 


64,921 


0.71 


19,576 


1,561,914 


61 


2,134 


1.25 


15,290 


1,070,178 


17 


599 


5,246 


1.43 


27,269 


1,921,645 


62 


2,583 


1.42 


38,180 


2,713,880 


25 


1,221 


9,046 


1.41 


13,980 


977,887 


43 


1,895 


1.43 


4,814 


169,995 


7 


204 


2,024 


2.83 


12,381 


699,888 


35 


1,666 


1.77 


1,153 


85,080 


3 


27 


2,363 


1.36 


44,624 


3,210,285 


91 


2,940 


1.39 


59,277 


5,570,674 


22 


1,800 


21,101 


1.06 


79,275 


6,244,312 


266 


1,956 


1.27 


304,303 


39,028,957 


93 


8,963 


34,972 


0.78 


5,997 


302,873 


35 


721 


198 














3,684 


215,769 


16 


1,124 


1.71 














31,979 


1,466,540 


206 


593 


2.18 


185 


4,560 


1 


7 


380 


4.06 


17,391 


1,090,143 


50 


§1,465 


1.60 


5,492 


337,450 


17 


191 


1,654 


1.63 


14,765 


844,580 


33 


2,133 


1.75 


25,864 


1,397,950 


16 


744 


7,281 


1.85 


401,912 


28,266,037 


787 


2,993 


1.42 


370,325 


37,001,148 


102 


10,351 


30,230 


1.00 



ASee Introduction page 199. 



242 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 



Popula- 
tion 





Peak 






Load 




Decem- 


Total 


ber 


Customers 


1964 


No. 


kw 


523 


1,602 


468 


399 


156 


218 


11,258 


31,982 


304 


518 


493 


672 


2,208 


5,824 


453 


1,371 


4,014 


12,079 


301 


512 


531 


970 


4,177 


16,072 


328 


800 


837 


1,762 


142 


344 


618 


1,609 


133 


102 


37,956 


94,149 


1,128 


3,267 


793 


2,188 


7,703 


23,685 


199 


192 


372 


624 


41,656 


75,125 


314 


612 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Cus- 
tomers 



I 

&, a 2 

— P to 

c i u 

O S u 

So & 



Av- 
erage 
Cost 

per 
Kwh 



Watford 

Waubaushene . . . 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Ferris Twp. 

West Lome 

Weston 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

tWhite River 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg. . . . 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York Twp 

Zurich 



No. 

1,264 

§1,450 

598 

36,926 

675 

1,004 

6,215 

1,115 

10,214 

677 

1,403 
14,243 

970 
2,030 

329 

1,431 

•111 

113,459 

2,856 

2,481 

22,214 

411 

957 

127,370 

721 



30,412 
17,588 
12,584 
561,390 
19,640 

27,563 
171,959 

22,056 
239,314 

15,656 

24,733 

285,804 

35,982 

51,476 

7,151 

36,590 
6,835 

1,576,882 
70,922 
59,920 

505,467 

10,384 

14,061 

2,297,653 

19,104 



kwh 


No. 


2,659,125 


465 


1,110,280 


439 


638,034 


143 


38,224,171 


10,576 


1,497,512 


284 


2,130,112 


462 


12,661,487 


2,054 


1,681,420 


408 


21,526,259 


3,625 


1,420,550 


272 


1,741,320 


434 


26,445,765 


3,823 


1,448,300 


254 


4,325,111 


749 


636,964 


120 


3,379,514 


555 


436,560 


122 


146,153,340 


35,206 


7,500,751 


1,012 


5,763,482 


731 


46,732,620 


7,116 


803,890 


178 


1,158,999 


335 


222,801,814 


39,747 


1,393,890 


251 



kwh 
477 
211 
372 
301 
439 

384 
514 
343 
495 
435 

334 
576 
475 
481 
442 

507 
298 
346 
618 
657 

547 
376 
288 
467 
463 



t 

1.14 

1.58 

1.97 

1.47 

1.31 

1.29 
1.36 
1.31 
1.11 
1.10 

1.42 
1.08 
2.48 
1.19 
1.12 

1.08 
1.57 
1.08 
0.95 
1.04 

1.08 
1.29 
1.21 
1.03 
1.37 



fRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

•Excluding summer population. 

§Estimated. 



Statement D 



243 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1964 





Commercial 


Service 






Industrial Power Service 






(including flat-rate water-heaters) 






















§ § 


Av- 








TJ 


hly 

imption 

ustomer 


Av- 








•B s 

^ 


erage 








o u g 


erage 






Cus- 




Cost 






Cus- 


Mfc2 


Cost 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Const 
per C 


per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Avera 
Custc 
Mont 
Loads 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


per 
Kwh A 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kwh 


i 


$ 


kwh 


No. 


kw 


kwh 


i 


15,487 


931,652 


47 


1,652 


1.66 


36,705 


3,201,575 


11 


1,090 


24,254 


1.15 


5,771 


319,808 


26 


1,025 


1.80 


2,004 


67,600 


3 


55 


1,878 


2.96 


2,774 


111,201 


12 


772 


2.49 


495 


45,200 


1 


10 


3,767 


1.10 


333,464 


22,916,216 


594 


3,215 


1.46 


851,986 


96,520,578 


88 


23,040 


91,402 


0.88 


3,520 


214,041 


16 


1,115 


1.64 


2,375 


117,746 


4 


81 


2,453 


2.02 


5,004 


239,018 


18 


1,107 


2.09 


7,844 


390,856 


13 


223 


2,505 


2.01 


61,885 


4,023,621 


139 


2,412 


1.54 


62,952 


7,517,103 


15 


1,490 


41,762 


0.84 


10,046 


530,590 


33 


1,340 


1.89 


34,759 


2,759,350 


12 


887 


19,162 


1.26 


193,451 


15,280,420 


353 


3,607 


1.27 


174,099 


17,713,050 


36 


4,575 


41,002 


0.98 


8,681 


599,830 


27 


1,851 


1.45 


343 


4,917 


2 


28 


205 


6.98 


19,180 


947,520 


84 


940 


2.02 


20,508 


999,260 


13 


595 


6,406 


2.05 


123,264 


9,119,605 


310 


2,452 


1.35 


309,586 


38,514,767 


44 


8,927 


72,945 


0.80 


33,633 


1,701,400 


73 


1,942 


1.98 


6,350 


483,000 


1 


80 


40,250 


1.31 


23,726 


1,603,657 


70 


1,909 


1.48 


12,497 


972,190 


18 


378 


4,501 


1.29 


6,835 


450,712 


21 


1,789 


1.52 


249 


19,300 


1 


6 


1,608 


1.29 


16,860 


1,381,791 


52 


2,214 


1.22 


18,967 


2,196,055 


11 


497 


16,637 


0.86 


3,335 


205,460 


11 


1,557 


1.62 














984,557 


78,897,350 


2,030 


3,239 


1.25 


2,267,685 


244,662,060 


720 


69,788 


23,317 


0.93 


35,390 


2,561,495 


82 


2,603 


1.38 


46,877 


4,011,264 


34 


1,548 


9,832 


1.17 


17,973 


1,303,542 


50 


2,173 


1.38 


20,275 


1,691,967 


12 


626 


11,750 


1.20 


194,171 


14,649,770 


442 


2,762 


1.33 


458,591 


50,777,390 


145 


13,772 


29,182 


0.90 


3,231 


180,760 


18 


837 


1.79 


853 


24,110 


3 


39 


670 


3.54 


5,577 


376,500 


29 


1,082 


1.48 


10,589 


510,750 


8 


392 


5,320 


2.07 


932,893 


76,355,501 


1,744 


3,648 


1.22 


765,737 


86,019,448 


165 


22,687 


43,444 


0.89 


10,563 


460,884 


58 


662 


2.29 


2,289 


132,830 


5 


56 


2,214 


1.72 



ASee Introduction page 199. 



NOTES 



For certain municipalities the figures under the heading "Monthly Consumption per Customer" 
have been estimated to allow for the transfer of small commercial customers to residential service. 

December Peak Loads — When figure is shown in bold face type, local generation and/or local 
purchases have been included in addition to the load supplied by Ontario Hydro. 



244 



Index 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 



A.M.E.U. — Association of Municipal 

Electrical Utilities 
bhp — brake horsepower 

cfs — cubic feet per second 

C.L.C. — Canadian Labour Congress 
ehv — extra-high-voltage 

G.S. — Generating Station 

hp — horsepower 

Jet. — Junction 

kv — kilovolt(s) 

kva — kilovolt-ampere(s) 

kvar — kilovar(s) 



kw 


— kilowatt(s) 


kwh 


— kilowatt-hour (s) 


M.E.U. 


— Municipal Electrical Utilities 


min 


■ — minimum 




— minute (20-min) 


mw 


— megawatt 


O.M.E.A 


. — Ontario Municipal Electric 




Association 


rpm 


■ — revolutions per minute 


S.S. 


— Switching Station 


T.S. 


— Transformer Station 


Twp. 


— Township 



INDEX 

In the index all page references to tables or graphs are in italic type figures. The code letters 
refer to statements in the text as follows: 

A — Statements 

C — Statement 



"A" and "B" — Financial Statements of the Municipal Electrical Utilities 



'C" — Rates and Typical Bills for Electrical Service in Municipal Electrical 
Utilities and Commission-owned Distribution Systems 

D — Statement "D" — Customers, Revenue, and Consumption in Municipal Electrical Utilities 
and Commission-owned Distribution Systems 



A. W. Manby T. S. and Service Centre, 

see Manby, A. W., T. S. 

Abitibi Canyon G.S 56, 84, 88 

—River 8 

Abrasion by ice 74 

Abrasives industry 38 

power and energy supplied 37 

Accelerated drawdown of storage 13 

Access road to Mountain Chute 60 

— road to Opasatika Diversion 60 

Accuracy of watt-hour meters 75 

Acid cleaning of boiler tubes 15 

Accident prevention 83 

Accidents, fatal, number of attributed 

to electrical causes 44 

Acton 104, 122, A 150, C 200, D 224 

Advisory, commissions 1 

—committee of the Department of 

National Health and Welfare 85 

Aggregate, light-weight 15 

Agriculture, development of 4 

Aguasabon GS 89 

Aids to design 69 

— to operation 71 

— to preventive and routine maintenance. . 74 
Ailsa Craig. . . . 104, 122, A 150, C 200, D 224 

Air-conditioning units 77, 78 

Air pollution 57, 70 

Ajax 47, 104, 122, A 150, C 200, D 224 

Akosombo G.S 80 

Alexander G.S 89 

Alexandria. . . . 104, 122, A 150, C 200, D 224 

Alfred 104, 122, A 150, C 200, D 224 

Algoma District 2 

Allanburg T.S 64 

All-electric rates 40, 45 

— residential development 47 

— subdivision 44, 50 

Allied Construction Council 83, 84 

Alliston 104, 122, A 150, C 200, D 224 



Allowances for customer-owned 

transformation 45 

Almonte 104, 122, A 151, C 200, D 224 

Alvinston 104, 122, A 151, C 200, D 224 

AMEU, see Association of Municipal 

Electrical Utilities 
Amherstburg. .104, 122, A 151, C 200, D 224 

Analogue computer 53, 54 

Ancaster Twp../04, 122, A 151, C 200, D 224 

Anechoic room 77 

Annealing 69 

Annexation of rural areas by 

municipalities 39 

Annual summary 5 

Apartment buildings heated by 

electricity 33 

Apple Hill 104, 122, A 151, C 200, D 224 

Appraisal and application of materials, 

components, and equipment 72 

Arbitrations 84 

Arboriculture 19 

Arkona 104, 122, A 151, C 200, D 224 

Arnprior. . .65, 104, 122, A 151, C 200, D 224 

Arthur 104, 122, A 151, C 200, D 224 

Articulated frame vehicles 20, 73 

Assets of the Commission 4, 5, 26 

see also Financial Statements 

— fixed, of the Commission 4, 5, 32 

— of the municipal electrical utilities. 1^—7^7 

Assistance for rural construction 23 

Association of Municipal Electrical 

Utilities vii 

load survey 44 

rates committee 45 

Athens 104, 122, A 151, C 200, D 224 

Atikokan Twp. 104, 122, A 152, C 200, D 224 
Atomic Energy of Canada 

Limited 12, 48, 61, 62, 70, 139 

Atomic Energy Control Board 83 

Auburn G.S 88 

Aunor Gold Mines, Limited 139 

Aurora 104, 122, A 152, C 200, D 224 



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Automation, effects of 83 

Auxiliary equipment for Harmon G.S 59 

— heating in vehicles 79 

Average consumption per customer, 

see Consumption 

Avonmore 104, 122, A 152, C 200, D 224 

Award of Merit, National Safety 

Council 83 

Aylmer 104, 122, A 152, C 200, D 224 

Ayr 104, 122, A 152, C 200, D 224 



B 



Baden 104, 122, A 152, C 200, D 224 

Bala C 200, D 224 

Balance sheet, Commission 26, 27 

— sheets, municipal 148-197 

Bancroft 104, 122, A 153, C 200, D 224 

Bare-hand techniques 18 

Bargaining 83 

Barrett Chute G.S 60, 88, 96 

Barrie 104, 122, A 153, C 200, D 224 

Barry's Bay. ..104, 122, A 153, C 200, D 224 

Base-metal mining 37 

industry, power and energy supplied. . . . 37 

Bath 104, 122, A 153, C 200, D 224 

Beachburg .... 104, 122, A 153, C 200, D 224 

Beachville 104, 122, A 153, C 200, D 224 

Beamsville. . . . 104, 122, A 153, C 200, D 224 

Beardmore C 200, D 224 

Beaverton 104, 122, A 153, C 200, D 224 

Transformer Station 49 

Beck, Sir Adam, -Niagara Generating 

Stations 62 

—Sir Adam,-Niagara G.S. No. 1 ... 17, 88, 96 

—Sir Adam,-Niagara G.S. No. 2 88, 96 

Pumping-Generating Station 88, 96 

Beeton 104, 122, A 153, C 200, D 224 

Belle River. . . .104, 122, A 154, C 200, D 224 
Belleville. .50, 104, 122, A 154, C 200, D 224 

Belmont 104, 122, A 154, C 200, D 224 

Big Chute G.S 88 

Big Eddy G.S 88 

Bingham Chute G.S 88 

Blackfly control 79 

Blenheim 1.04, 122, A 154, C 200, D 224 

Blind River C 200, D 224 

Bloomfield .... 104, 122, A 154, C 200, D 224 

Blyth 104, 122, A 154, C 200, D 224 

Bobcaygeon. . . 104, 122, A 155, C 200, D 224 

Boiler feed pumps for Lambton G.S 58 

Boilers for Lambton G.S 58 

Bolton 104, 122, A 155, C 202, D 226 

Bonds issued by the Commission 4 

Booklet on tree selection for city streets. . . 19 

Borrowings 23 

Bothwell 104, 122, A 155, C 202, D 226 

Bowmanville. .48, 104, 122, A 155, C 202, 

D 226 
Bracebridge. . .106, 122, A 155, C 202, D 226 

Bradford 106, 122, A 155, C 202, D 226 

Braeside 106, 122, A 155, C 202, D 226 

Brampton. .48, 67, 106, 122, A 155, C 202, 

D 226 
Brantford. .46, 106, 122, A 155, C 202, D 226 
Brantford Twp 106, 123, A 156, C 202, 

D 226 



Brazil 80 

Brechin 106, 123, A 156, C 202, D 226 

Bridgeport. . . . 106, 123, A 156, C 202, D 226 

Brigden 106, 123, A 156, C 202, D 226 

Brighton 106, 123, A 156, C 202, D 226 

Brockville. . . .67, 106, 123, A 156, C 202, 

D 226 

Chemicals Limited 139 

Transformer Station 65 

Broulan Reef Mines Limited 139 

Brush chipper 73 

— control 19 

Brussels 106, 123, A 157, C 202, D 226 

Building materials industry, power 

and energy supplied 37 

Burford 106, 123, A 157, C 202, D 226 

Burgessville. . .106, 123, A 157, C 202, D 226 
Burk's Falls. . . 106, 123, A 157, C 202, D 226 
Burlington. .46, 106, 123, A 157, C 202 D 226 
Buttonville T.S 67 



CANDU, see Douglas Point Nuclear 
Power Station 

Cable, submarine 19 

Cache Bay. . . . 106, 123, A 157, C 202, D 226 

CalabogieG.S 88 

Caledonia 106, 123, A 157, C 202, D 226 

Calibration of watt-hour meters 75 

Calibrator, low-load, for watt-hour 

meters 75 

Campbellford . 106, 123, A 157, C 202, D 226 
Campbellville. .106, 123, A 157, C 202, D 226 

Canadian Electrical Association 72 

— Hydronics Association 34 

— Plumbing and Mechanical 

Contractors Association 34 

— Standards Association 43, 44 

— Union of Operating Engineers 83 

Cannington . . . 106, 123, A 158, C 202, D 226 
Capacity 

dependable peak 3,4,5, 88-91 

increase 9 

sources of purchased power 89 

of generating resources v, 88, 89 

installed vi 

of Commission resources v, vi 

to be installed in period 1965-1971 52 

uplift, of foundations 70 

Cape Breton Miner 47 

Capital construction program 50, 51 

— investment, see Assets, fixed, of the 

Commission, and M.E.U. 
— expenditure for extension of 

summer service 42 

— net — of the Commission 22, 27 

see also Financial Statements 

Capreol 106, 123, A 158, C 202, D 226 

Carbon-dioxide fire prevention system. ... 13 

Carbon steel 73 

Cardinal 106, 123, A 158, C 202, D 226 

Caribou Falls G.S 13, 17 

Carleton Place. . . .50, 106, 123, A 158, C202, 

D 226 
Carrier relaying 72 



Code letters A, C, D, with page references, represent each of the statements so designated. 



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Casselman .... 106, 123, A 158, C 202, D 226 

Cayuga 106, 123, A 158, C 202, D 226 

Cement industry, power and 

energy supplied 37 

Central Meter Shop 76 

—Region 2, 47-49, 64 

Centralia T.S 64 

Chalk River. ..106, 123, A 159, C 202, D 226 

Chapleau Twp 35, 36, 67, A 159, C 202, 

D 226 
Chatham ... 46, 106, 123, A 159, C 202, D 226 
Chatsworth . . . 106, 123, A 159, C 202, D 226 

Chemical spraying 19 

ChenauxG.S 88, 96 

Chesley 106, 123, A 159, C 202, D 226 

Chesterville. . . 50, 106, 123, A 159, C202, D226 
Chimney inspection at thermal-electric 

stations 15 

Chippawa 106, 123, A 159, C 202, D 226 

Grass Island pool control structure 15 

Power Canal.... vi, 5, 13, 14, 22, 62, 86 

Churches heated by electricity 33 

Clearing transmission lines 19 

Clifford 106, 123, A 159, C 202, D 226 

Clinton 106, 123, A 159, C 202, D 226 

Coal purchases vi 

— requirements 11 

— unit cost of 11 

— tar epoxy coatings 75 

Cobalt C 202, D 226 

Cobalt mining, power and energy 

supplied 37 

Cobden 106, 123, A 160, C 202, D 226 

Cobourg 106, 123, A 160, C 204, D 228 

Cochrane 106, 123, A 160, C 204, D 228 

Cochrane District 2 

Colborne 106, 123, A 160, C 204, D 228 

Coldwater 106, 123, A 160, C 204, D 228 

Cold-weather operation of equipment 78 

Collingwood. . .106, 123, A 160, C 204, D 228 

Comber 108, 123, A 161, C 204, D 228 

Commercial service 148 

municipal systems 148, 202-243 

Commission-owned distribution 

facilities 21, 33, 36 

Commissioners vii 

Commissions, advisory 1 

Communication systems, radiation 

tests 72 

— with staff and public 42 

Communications industry 38 

power and energy supplied 37 

Compression, measurement of 77 

Computer program 56 

Computers in system planning 53 

Conciliations 84 

Condensers for Lambton G.S 58 

Conference and Development Centre 82 

Conferences of forestry staff 19 

Coniston 108, 123, A 161, C 204, D 228 

Consumption, average per customer 142 

— municipal service 40, 138 

— rural service 40 

— energy, municipal systems 222-243 

Contractors working for the 

Commission 84 

Conventional thermal-electric stations vi 

Cookstown. . . . 108, 123, A 161, C 204, D 228 
Co-operative arrangements with builders 

and subdividers 34 



Copper-zinc ore discovery 50 

Corrosion 72, 76 

Cost, average per kwh vi, 142 

municipal systems 142, 222-243 

rural service 138 

— allocated to customers 25 

— of administration 24 

—of fuel 24 

— of maintenance 24 

— of operation 2^, 28 

— of primary power 4-5, 28, 29 

adjustments, annual 28, 29 

statement of 104-121 

— of providing service 28, 29 

— of purchased power 24 

— of service defined 4 

Costs 24 

Cottam 108, 123, A 161, C 204, D 228 

Courtright. .45, 108, 123, A 161, C 204, D 228 

Creemore 108, 123, A 161, C 204, D 228 

Critical-path method 58 

Crowland T.S 64 

Crystal Falls G.S 88 

Customer density per mile of rural line. . . .39 

■ — density requirements, rural 42 

— relations training 82 

Customers 

defined 21 

direct industrial 2, 21, 28, 36, 37, 38 

classified 37 

number of 

farm 40,41, 134-138 

direct industrial 36 

municipal 148, 149 

retail 141 

rural 134-138 

ultimate, served 33 

power and energy supplied 90, 91 

served by municipal 

systems 148-197, 222-243 

summer service 134-138 

Cyanamid, power and energy supplied . . . . 37 



I) 



DDT, use of 79 

Dashwood 108, 123, A 161, C 204, D 228 

Data processing 25, 81 

Deaerators for Lambton G.S 58 

Death of members of senior 

management staff 86 

Debt, long-term of the Commission 27 

see also Financial Statements, 

liabilities 
— of the municipal electrical utilities. 148-197 

De Cew Falls, G.S 88 

Decline in general average of customer 

density, rural 39 

— in number of rural customers 39, 40 

Decrease in number of farm services 40 

Deep River. . . 108, 123, A 161, C 204, D 228 

Defective solder wipes 18 

Delaware 108, 123, A 161, C 204, D 228 

Delhi 46, 108, 123, A 162, C 204, D 228 

Demands 8 

Department of National Health 

and Welfare 85 

— of Transport 72 



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Depreciation 56 

accumulated — Commission 
see Financial Statements 

municipal 148-197 

provision 26, 28 

Deseronto 108, 124, A 162, C 204, D 228 

Des Joachims area 79 

— Generating Station 88, 96 

Detection of ice on high-voltage lines 71 

— of smoke in unattended stations. ... 70, 71 

— of variation in rotor speed 71 

Detroit Edison Company 66 

Diamond drilling at Lambton G.S 57 

Diesel engines 78 

— generator sets 78 

Digital computer 53 

Direct customers, see Customers, direct 

Displays 42, 43 

Distribution facilities 

Commission owned 33, 35, 36, 98 

— line, see Line 

municipal 148-197 

Distributors of electrical equipment 35 

Diversion section at Kipling G.S 59 

Dominion Foundries and Steel, 

Limited 139 

Dorchester. . . .108, 124, A 162, C 204, D 228 

Douglas Point Nuclear Power Station, .vi, 5, 

12, 48, 53, 57, 61, 62, 64, 83, 86 

CANDU reactor 62 

Drayton 108, 124, A 162, C 204, D 228 

Dresden 108, 124, A 162, C 204, D 228 

Drumbo 108, 124, A 162, C 204, D 228 

Dryden. . . .51, 108, 124, A 163, C 204, D 228 

Dublin 108, 124, A 163, C 204, D 228 

Ducted electric heating systems 34, 47 

Ductility, torsional, of ground wires 69 

Dundalk. . . .49, 108, 124, A 163, C 204, D 228 

Dundas 108, 124, A 163, C 204, D 228 

Dunnville 108, 124, A 163, C 204, D 228 

Durham 108, 124, A 163, C 204, D 228 

Dusk to dawn lighting 40 

Dutch elm disease 19 

Dutton 108, 124, A 163, C 204, D 228 



Ear Falls G.S 88 

East Central Region 2 

Eastern Region 2, 65, 49-50, 83, 138 

East System 1, 2, 8, 11, 12, 134-136 

East York Twp. 108, 124, A 163, C 204, D 228 

Echo-free room at laboratory 77 

Eganville. . .50, 108, 124, A 163, C 204, D 228 
Ehv facilities 

see Extra-high-voltage 

Electric heating 33, 34, 46 

Electrical industry 33 

— inspection 43, 44 

— maintenance 17 

Electrically heated apartment buildings. . .49 
Electrometallurgical industry, power 

and energy supplied 37 

Electronic data processing 81 

— ice detector 71 

Elk Lake C 204, D 228 

Elm disease, Dutch 19 



Elmira 108, 124, A 164, C 204, D 228 

Elmvale 108, 124, A 164, C 204, D 228 

Elmwood 108, 124, A 164, C 204, D 228 

Elora 108, 124, A 164, C 204, D 228 

Embro 108, 124, A 164, C 204, D 228 

Energy consumption, rural 40 

see also Consumption 

— delivered to interconnected systems 38 

— delivered to municipalities 36 

—generated 3,9,89,90 

— production for commercial load. . .3, 4, 5, 9 
— purchased 9, 11 

by M.E.U 92 

— requirements, see Requirements 

— sales 2 

— supplied to Commission 

customers 4, 5, 92, 93 

primary 

to direct industrial 

customers 36, 37, 93 

to interconnected systems 93 

to municipal systems 92, 104-121 

for use in Ontario 9 

secondary — for export 28 

Engine idling 79 

Englehart C 204, D 228 

Equities accumulated through sinking 

fund provision and interest 23, 27 

Erieau 108, 124, A 164, C 204, D 228 

Erie Beach .... 108, 124, A 165, C 204, D 228 

Erin 108, 124, A 165, C 204, D 228 

Espanola 108, 124, A 165, C 204, D 228 

Essa T.S 64, 66, 72 

Essex 108, 124, A 165, C 206, D 230 

Etobicoke Twp.. .48, 108, 124, A 165, C 206, 

D 230 

Eugenia G.S 88 

Excitation systems, rectifier-type 71 

Executive Council of the Province 

of Ontario 1 

Exeter 108, 124, A 165, C 206, D 230 

Exhibitions 43 

Expansion of municipalities 39 

Expenditures on fixed assets 22, 97, 99 

Extra-high-voltage facilities 22, 63, 66 

—line vi, 5, 13, 19, 71 



Failures of stator windings in 

hydro-electric generators 17 

Fairs 43 

Fans for Lambton G.S 58 

Farm customers, number of 134-138 

— service 40, 42, 92 

rates 132 

— services, number of 134-138 

Fatal accidents, number of 44 

Fatigue-inducing loads 74 

Fault-current capability of overhead 

ground wires 69 

Feed-water heaters for Lambton G.S 58 

Fergus 108, 124, A 165, C 206, D 230 

Films produced 42 

Financial features of the Commission 4 

— operations of municipal electrical 

utilities 148-197 

— position, summary of 22 



Code letters A, C, D, with page references, represent each of the statements so designated. 



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Financial Statements — 

advances from the province 27, 103 

assets 26 

assets, fixed 22, 26, 96-99 

assistance, Provincial 27 

balance sheet 26, 27 

capital 27 

cost of power 28,29, 104-121 

of providing service 28, 104-121 

depreciation provision 26, 28, 100 

frequency standardization 28, 32, 101 

funded debt 27, 102, 103 

liabilities 27 

operations, financial, statement of 28 

pension and insurance fund 85 

refund to municipalities. . .28, 29, 105-121 

reserve — provision 28 

revenue 28 

rural, see Rural electrical service 

savings and insurance fund 85 

sinking fund equity 27, 30, 31 

stabilization of rates 30, 31 

Finch 108, 124, A 165, C 206, D 230 

Fire damage at Caribou Falls G.S 13 

— in unattended stations 70 

Fires, number of, attributed to 

electrical causes 44 

Fixed charges, defined 4 

Flesherton .... 108, 124, A 165, C 206, D 230 

Fluorescent lighting 47 

Fly ash as cement replacement in concrete. 15 

Fly-ash collectors for Lambton G.S 58 

— disposal 15 

Fonthill 108, 124, A 166, C 206, D 230 

Footings, transmission-line tower 70 

Forest 45, 110, 124, A 166, C 206, D 230 

Forest Glenn subdivision 34, 47 

Forest Hill. . . . 110, 124, A 166, C 206, D 230 

Forestry 19 

— operations 73 

Fort William.. 51, 110, 124, A 166, C 206, 

D 230 

Foundations, Uplift capacity of 70 

Fountain Falls G.S 88 

Frankford 110, 124, A 166, C 206, D 230 

Generating Station 88 

Fuel requirements vi 

Funded Debt 102, 103 

exchange discount and premium on. . . . 101 
see also Financial Statements 



Galetta G.S 88 

Gait 46, 110, 124, A 166, C 206, D 230 

Transformer Station 64 

Gardiner Expressway 67 

Gaza Strip 80 

General purpose rates for commercial 

and industrial power service 45 

Generating Stations v, 55, 88, 89 

see also individual listings 

see also Financial Statements — assets 

Generator-angle stabilizer 71 

Georgetown. . .110, 124, A 167, C 206, D 230 

Georgian Bay Region 2, 49, 64, 135 

George W. Rayner G.S. 

see Rayner, George W., G.S. 
Geraldton C 206, D 230 



Ghana 80 

Glencoe 110, 124, A 167, C 206, D 230 

Goderich 110, 124, A 167, C 206, D 230 

Transformer Station 64 

Gogama C 206, D 230 

Gold mining industry, power and 

energy supplied 37 

Government of Canada 61, 75 

— of Ontario 61 

— services, power and energy supplied . . . .37 
Grain elevators, power and energy 

supplied 37 

Grand Bend. . .110, 124, A 167, C 206, D 230 
Grand Valley. .110, 124, A 167, C 206, D 230 

Granton 110, 124, A 167, C 206, D 230 

Gravenhurst. . .110. 124, A 167, C 206, D 230 

Great Lakes Power Company 67 

Grievances 84 

Grimsby. ..... 110, 124, A 167, C 206, D 230 

Ground thawing for winter work 38 

— wires, fault capability of overhead 69 

Group effectiveness 82 

Growth, rate of v 

Guarantees of heating costs 42 

Guelph. ... 46, 110, 124, A 167, C 206, D 230 
Guide to the Report 6 



11 



Hagersville. . . . 110, 124, A 168, C 206, D 230 

Haileybury C 206, D 230, 

Hamilton. .46, 110, 125, A 168, C 206, D 230 

—Beach T.S 64 

—Gage T.S 64 

Hamlet service 40, 132, 134-138 

Hanmer Essa section of ehv line 66 

Hanmer T.S 10, 13, 63, 64, 66 

Hanna Chute T.S 88 

Hanover 110, 125, A 168, C 206, D 230 

Generating Station 88 

Transformer Station 64 

Harmon G.S. .vi, 5, 54, 57, 58, 59, 63, 73, 77, 

79, 96 

Harriston 110, 125, A 168, C 206, D 230 

Harrow 110, 125, A 168, C 206, D 230 

Hastings 110, 125, A 168, C 206, D 230 

Havelock 110, 125, A 169, C 206, D 230 

Hawkesbury. .110, 125, A 169, C 206, D 230 

Hazards to health 85 

Health of the staff 85, 86 

Hearn, Richard L., G.S 15, 18, 47, 98 

Hearst. .19, 66, 67, 110, 125, A 169, C 206, 

D 230 

Heat pumps 46, 49, 77 

Heating, electric S3 

Heavy water as moderator and coolant. . . .62 

Helicopter fleet 16 

— hangar 16 

Helicopters, use of 19 

Hensall 110, 125, A 169, C 206, D 230 

Hepworth C 206, D 230 

Herbicide 73 

Hespeler 110, 125, A 169, C 206, D 230 

High Falls G.S 88 

Highgate 110, 125, A 169, C 206, D 230 

High-tensile steel in transmission 

towers 72 

Hiho Silver Mines Limited 139 

Hog farrowing 35 

Holden, Otto, G.S 88,96 



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Hollingsworth Falls G.S 67 

Holstein 110, 125, A 169, C 206, D 230 

Home Economics Classroom Program 35 

Hornepayne C 206, D 230 

Hospital at Abitibi Canyon 56 

—at Little Long G.S 86 

Hound Chute G.S 88 

House heating 34, 40, 42 

Hudson C 206, D 230 

Huntsville 110, 125, A 160, C 208, D 232 

Hydro-electric energy generated . . .88, 89, 90 

— generating stations vi, 22, 52, 88, 89 

—production 10, 88, 89 

— resources 88, 89 

Hydro Nanabush 17 

Hydroscope 43 



Ice boom at entrance to Niagara 

River 12, 13, 62 

— on high-voltage lines 71 

Idling in motors 79 

Improper use of electrical equipment 44 

Increase in coal consumption 11 

— in energy consumption 38 

— in miles of rural line 39, 40, 41 

— in miles of transmission line 67 

— in number of customers 

rural 39, 40, 41 

farm 40 

municipal service 142 

— in peak load of Toronto H.E.S 48 

— in power purchased 10 

— in power requirements v 

— in rates 24 

— in revenue 24 

— in sales 24 

India 12 

Indian Chute G.S 88 

Indian staff, training of 12 

Industrial customers, see Customers, 
direct industrial 

— exposure 73 

— power service 92, 142 

municipal systems 143, 203-243 

rural 40, 132, 134-138 

Information Centres 35 

Ingersoll. . . ...110, 125, A 169, C 208, D 232 

Injury, frequency rate of accidents 83 

— severity rate of accidents 83 

Inoculations against typhoid fever 

and tetanus 86 

Insecticides 79 

Inspection patrol 19 

Inspections, number of 44 

Insulation 55 

aging 56 

failure 53 

Insurance funds 84, 85 

Interconnected systems 38 

Interconnections 11, 13, 38, 54, 66 

Interest on invested capital 56 

Interim rates 4, 36 

—revenue 24, 105-121 

Inventory control 25 

Iran 80 

Iron mine development 50 

Iroquois 110, 125, A 170, C 208, D 232 



J 

J. Clark Keith G.S., 

see Keith, J. Clark G.S. 

Jarvis 110, 125, A 170, C 208, D 232 

Jellicoe C 208, D 232 

Jones scheme 55, 56 



K 



Kakabeka Falls G.S 89 

Kapuskasing.19, 58, 59, 66, 67, 110, 125, 
A 170, C208, D 232 

Kearns C 208, D 232 

Keith, J. Clark, G.S 88,96 

Kemptville. . ..110, 125, A 170, C 208, D 232 
Killaloe Station. 110, 125, A 170, C 208, D 232 
Kincardine, vi, 5, 48, 110, 125, A 170, C 208, 

D 232 

King City 110, 125, A 171, C 208, D 232 

King Kirkland C 208, D 232 

Kingston. .50, 110, 125, A 171, C 208, D 232 

Kingsville 110, 125, A 171, C 208, D 232 

Kipling G.S...vi, 5, 50, 57, 59, 73, 79, 82, 86 

Kirkfield 110, 125, A 171, C 208, D 232 

Kirkland Lake 50, C 208, D 232 

Kitchener. .47, 110, 125, A 171, C 208, D 232 

Kleinburg T.S vi, 5, 63, 64, 66 

Kva billing 45 



Labour relations 83 

service to municipalities 84 

Lake Erie 8, 62 

Lakefield 112, 125, A 171, C 208, D 232 

Generating Station 88 

Lake Huron 5, 8, 48, 61 

Lake Nipigon 8 

Lake Ontario 6, 8, 57, 61 

Portland Cement Company Limited. . .139 

Lake Simcoe 49 

Lake Superior 8 

Lakeview G.S.. .vi, 5, 9, 15, 22, 23, 50, 57, 65, 

86, 88, 98 

Lambeth 112, 125, A 171, C 208, D 232 

Lambton County 57 

Lambton G.S.. .vi, 2, 6, 50, 52, 54, 57, 67, 70, 

98 

Lanark 112, 125, A 171, C 208, D 232 

Lancaster 112, 125, A 171, C 208, D 232 

Larder Lake Twp.. .112, 125, A 172, C 208, 

D 232 

Latchford 112, 125, A 172, C 208, D 232 

Lead pigmented coatings 75 

Leamington. . .112, 125, A 172, C 208, D 232 

Legislature, Provincial 1 

Leaside T.S 65 

Liaison with research organizations 68 

Lieutenant-Governor in Council 1 

Lightning 53 

Lindsay 112, 125, A 172, C 208, D 232 

Line maintenance 18 

Listowel 112, 125, A 172, C 208, D 232 

Little Long G.S.. .10, 16, 19, 50, 58, 60, 71, 

79, 86, 88, 96 
Live-line work 18 



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Load building 33 

— characteristics of electrically heated 

buildings 44 

— increase in 9 

— interconnected systems 93 

— municipal systems 92, 222-243 

London 112, 125, A 172, C 208, D 232 

— Wonderland T.S 64 

Long Branch. . 112, 125, A 173, C 208, D 232 

Long-term debt 23, 27 

L'Orignal 112, 125, A 173, D 208, D 232 

Losses, power and energy 56 

Low-alloy steel in transmission 

towers 72, 73 

Low-load calibrator for watt-hour meters. . 75 

Lower Sturgeon G.S 88 

Lowther Junction 67 

Lucan 112, 125, A 173, C 208, D 232 

Lucknow 112, 125, A 173, C 208, D 232 

Lvnden 112, 125, A 173, C 208, D 232 



M 



Macassa Gold Mines Limited 139 

Madawaska River 6, 22, 57, 60 

Madoc 112, 125, A 173, C 208, D 232 

Magnetawan . .112, 125, A 173, C 208, D 232 

Maintenance, steel tower 72 

Malton 16 

Management vii 

training 82 

Manby, A. W., T.S 65 

Manitoba 54 

Manitou Falls G.S _ # 87 

Manufacturers of electrical equipment .... 35 
Manufacturing industry, power and 

energy supplied 37 

Markdale 112, 125, A 173, C 208, D 232 

R.O.A 56 

Markham. .48, 112, 125, A 173, C 208, D 232 

Marmora 112, 125, A 174, C 208, D 232 

Marmoraton Mining Company, Ltd 139 

Martindale, R. H., T.S 65 

Martintown. . .112, 126, A 174, C 208, D 232 

Mass housing 34 

Massey 112, 126, A 174, C 208, D 232 

Matabitchuan G.S 15, 88 

Matachewan C 208, D 232 

Materials information system 25 

Matheson C 210, D 234 

Mattagami River vi, 5, 8, 22, 58, 59, 60 

projects 22 

Mattawa C 210, D 234 

Maxville. .50, 112, 126, A 174, C 210, D 234 

McGarry 112, 126, A 174, C 210, D 234 

Mclntyre Porcupine Mines, Limited 139 

McVittie G.S 88 

Meaford 112, 126, A 174, C 210, D 234 

Mechanical Maintenance 15 

Medical Services 85, 86 

Mercury-vapour lights 46, 47 

Merlin 112, 126, A 175, C 210, D 234 

Merrickville. . . 112, 126, A 175, C 210, D 234 

Merrickville G.S 88 

Messenger wire, use of 18 

Metallographic examinations 74 

Metallurgical studies 74 

Meter-management systems 75 

Meter testing 75 

Metropolitan Toronto 47 

Meyersburg G.S 88 



Michigan 54 

Midland. . .49, 112, 126, A 175, C 210, D 234 

Mildmay 112, 126, A 175, C 210, D 234 

Millbrook 112, 126, A 175, C 210, D 234 

Milling industry, power and energy 

supplied 37 

Milton 112, 126, A 175, C 210, D 234 

Milverton 112, 126, A 175, C 210, D 234 

Mimico 112, 126, A 175, C 210, D 234 

Minden 72 

Minimum billing regulations 45 

Mining industry 37 

Miscellaneous studies 78 

Mississagi River 8 

Mitchell. . .45, 112, 126, A 175, C 210, D 234 
Modifications to turbine blading at 

Lakeview G.S 9 

Mohammed Reza Shah Pahlavi G.S 80 

Moorefield 112, 126, A 176, C 210, D 234 

Moose River 71 

Morrisburg. . . .112, 126, A 176, C 210, D 234 

Motels heated by electricity 33 

Motor-vehicle accident-frequencv rate. . . .83 
Mount Brydges. 112, 126, A 176, C210, D 234 
Mount Forest. 112, 126, A 176, C 210, D 234 

Mountain Chute G.S 6, 22, 54, 57, 60, 86 

M uskeg studies 16 

— tractors 73 

Municipal distribution systems 148-243 

—electrical utilities. .2, 4, 21, 33, 35, 42, 54, 

68, 84, 148-243 

accounts 148-197 

assets 148-197 

commercial service 143, 201-243 

cost, average per kwh 143, 222-243 

cost-contract 28 

cost of power 28, 104-121 

customers served . .4, 5, 142, 148-197, 

222-243 

debt 148-197 

depreciation 148-197 

energy consumption. . . 142, 143, 222-243 

—supplied 90, 104-121 

equity in Ontario Hydro 

systems 148-197 

financial operations 148-197 

industrial power service 200-243 

loads 222-243 

power supplied 104-121, 222-243 

rates — interim 105-121 

retail 200-221 

residential service 200-244 

revenue 148-197 

Municipalities 21, 35 

Museum of early electrical equipment 81 



N 



Napanee 112, 126, A 176, C 210, D 234 

National Capital Commission 65 

— Research Council 78 

— Safety Council Award of Merit 83 

— Warm Air Heating and Air 

Conditioning Association 34 

Neoprene coatings 75 

Nepean Twp. . . .35, 112, 126, A 176, C 210, 

D 234 

Network analyzer 54 

Neustadt 114, 126, A 177, C 210, D 234 

New facilities and their application 76 



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Newboro 114, 126, A 177, C 210, D 234 

Newburgh 114, 126, A 177, C 210, D 234 

Newbury 114, 126, A 177, C 210, D 234 

Newcastle 114, 126, A 177, C 210, D 234 

New Hamburg. 114, 126, A 177, C210, D 234 

New Liskeard C 210, D 234 

Newmarket. . .114, 126, A 177, C 210, D 234 
New Toronto. .114, 126, A 177, C 210, D 234 

New York 54 

Niagara 114, 126, A 177, C 210, D 234 

Niagara Falls . vi, 5, 16, 46, 82, 114, 126, A 178, 

C 210, D 234 

—Region 2, 46, 47, 64 

—River 8, 12, 62 

Nipigon Twp. . 114, 126, A 178, C 210, D 234 

Nipissing G.S 88 

Noise abatement 57 

— of air-conditioning units 78 

— levels of heat pumps 78 

— problems 77 

Non-metals mining industry, power and 

energy supplied 37 

North Bay. .50, 114, 126, A 178, C210, D 234 
North York Twp. ... 47, 48, 65, 114, 126, A 178, 

C 210, D 234 

Northeastern Region 2, 15, 50, 65, 138 

Northwestern Region 2, 51, 65, 139 

Norwich 114, 126, A 178, C 210, D 234 

Norwood 114, 126, A 178, C 210, D 234 

Nova Scotia vi 

coal 47 

suppliers 11 

Nuclear-electric applications 70 

— generating projects 61 

— generation 85 

— operations, training for 82 

— power 11 

— stations vi, 52 

— training centre 82 

Nuclear Power Demonstration Station. 12, 82 
Nurses' residence at Abitibi Canyon 56 



Oakville 114, 126, A 179, C 210, D 234 

Office buildings 56 

Oil-based compounds for rustproofing 75 

Oil-o-static cable 18 

Oil Springs. . . . 114, 126, A 179, C 210, D 234 

Omemee 114, 126, A 179, C 210, D 234 

On-power fuelling 12 

Ontario, Province of 1 

— Provincial Government 61 

Ontario Hydro News 42 

Ontario Hydro Employees' Union 83 

— Municipal Electrical Association vii 

- — Paper Company, Limited 139 

—Power G.S 16, 62, 88, 96 

— School Trustees and Ratepayers' 

Association 43 

Opasatika dam 79 

— diversion 60 

—River 60 

Operating incidents of importance 12 

Operations research . . . . vi 

— statements of 

Commission 28 

municipal 148-197 



Orangeville. .49, 114, 126, A 179, C 210, D 234 

Orillia 114, 126, A 179, C 212, D 236 

Orono 114, 126, A 179, C 212, D 236 

Oshawa 114, 126, A 179, C 212, D 236 

—Thornton T.S 64 

Ottawa. . . .65, 114, 126, A 179, C 212, D 236 

— Hinchey T.S 65 

low temperature laboratory 78 

River 8, 10, 82 

Otter Rapids G.S 10, 54, 71, 88 

Otterville 114, 126, A 179, C 212, D 236 

Output of Commission's thermal- 
electric stations 11 

Overvoltages due to lightning or surges. . .53 

Owen Sound . 56, 114, 126, A 180, C212, D 236 

R.O.A 56 



Painting transmission towers 72 

Paisley 114, 127, A 180, C 212, D 236 

Palmerston. . . .114, 127, A 180, C 212, D 236 
Paper industry, power and energy 

supplied 37 

Paris 114, 127, A 180, C 212, D 236 

Parkhill 114, 127, A 180, C 212, D 236 

Parry Sound . 19, 114, 127, A 180, C212, D 236 
PASNY, see Power Authority of the 
State of New York 

Pax International Mines Limited 139 

Peak load, defined 36 

— loads 

of direct customers 37, 38 

of interconnected systems 38 

of municipalities 36 

Penetanguishene . . 114, 127, A 181, C 212, 

D 236 

Pension funds 84, 85 

Pensioners, Hydro 43 

Perth 114, 127, A 181, C 212, D 236 

Peterborough. . .49, 114, 127, A 181, C 212, 

D 236 

Petrolia 114, 127, A 181, C 212, D 236 

Pickering 114, 127, A 181, C 212, D 236 

Pickering G.S vi, 6, 52, 54 

Pickering Township 57, 61 

Pickle Lake Landing C 212, D 236 

Picton. . . .50, 114, 127, A 181, C 212, D 236 

Pinard T.S 10, 13, 63 

Pine Portage G.S 66, 89, 96 

Pittsonto Mining Company Limited 139 

Planning transformer capacity 

requirements 44 

Plantagenet.35, 114, 127, A 181, C212, D 236 

Plattsville 114, 127, A 181, C 212, D 236 

Pleasant T.S 64, 67 

Point Edward . 114, 127, A 181, C 212, D 236 

Pollution 57, 70 

Port Arthur. . . 116, 127, A 182, C 212, D 236 

Port Arthur-Birch T.S 66 

Port Burwell. .116, 127, A 182, C 212, D 236 

Port Carling C 212, D 236 

Port Colborne. . .47, 116, 127, A 182, C 212, 

D 236 

Transformer Station 64 

Port Credit . . . 116, 127, A 182, C 212, D 236 
Port Dover. . . .116, 127, A 182, C 212, D 236 
Port Elgin 116, 127, A 182, C 212, D 236 



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Port Hope 116, 127, A 183, C 212, D 236 

Port McNicoll.iitf, 127, A 183, C 212, D 236 
Port Perry. . . . 116, 127, A 183, C 212, D 236 
Port Rowan. . .116, 127, A 183, C 212, D 236 
Port Stanley. ..116, 127, A 183, C 212, D 236 

Poultry brooding 35 

Powassan C 212, D 236 

Powder method of zinc coating 73 

Power Authority of the State of 

New York.. 13, 62 

Power Commission Act 1,2 

Power demands 8 

— development program 54, 55 

— produced for commercial load. .3, 9, 88, 89 

—purchased .. .3, 10, 11, 89, 91 

— requirements, see Requirements 

— resources 3, 8, 9, 10, 11 

— supply 1 

to direct industrial customers 37 

to municipal systems 104-121 

Prefabricated building panels 73 

Prescott 116, 127, A 183, C 212, D 236 

Preston 116, 127, A 183, C 212, D 236 

Preventive treatment of boilers 

at R. L. Hearn G.S 15 

Priceville 116, 127, A 183, C 212, D 236 

Princeton 116, 127, A 183, C 212, D 236 

Program of capital construction. . . .vi, 50, 51 

Progress on power developments 57 

Promotion of sales 35 

Protective coatings, underwater 74 

Province of Ontario 1, 23 

Provincial advances 23, 103 

Pruning on a four-year cycle 19 

Public Relations 42 

Public-speaking contest 43 

Public Utilities Act 2 

Pulp and paper industry 37 

Purchases of coal vi, 11 

Purchases from other suppliers 10 



Quebec 54 

suppliers 10 

Hydro-Electric Commission 139 

Queenston 116, 127, A 184, C 212, D 236 

Chippawa Canal 22 



R 



R. H. Martindale T.S., 

see Martindale, R. H., T.S. 

Radforth, Dr. Norman 16 

Radiation tests on power-line carrier 

communication systems 72 

— protection program 85 

Radio material 42 

Ragged Rapids G.S 88 

Rainy River. 51, 116, 127, A 184, C 212, D 236 

Ranney Falls G.S 88 

Rayner, George W., G.S 15, 88 

Rate 

of growth, long-term, all systems 12 

of growth, rural 39 

research 44 

stabilization 30, 31 



Rates- 
farm 1 32 

for standby service 45 

house-heating 200-221 

interim 104-121 

municipal retail 200-221 

rural 45, 132, 133 

Rat Rapids G.S 89 

Rebates to municipalities. . . .28, 29, 105-121 

Recruiting in United Kingdom 81 

Recruitments at Nuclear Power 

Demonstration station 82 

Rectifier-type excitation systems 71 

Red Lake Twp C 214, D 238 

Red Rock. .51, 116, 127, A 184, C 214, D 238 

Red Rock Falls G.S 88 

Reduction in electric house-heating 

rates, rural 40 

Refunds to 

municipalities 24, 28, 29, 105-121 

Regional office of Western Region 56 

Regions 2 

Regular employees, number of 81 

Regulations of Federal Government 75 

■ — for meter testing 75, 76 

Rehabilitation of Chippawa Power 

Canal vi, 5, 13, 62 

Relocation of cable 18 

Renfrew. .60, 116, 127, A 184, C 214, D 238 
Replacement of conductors under 

tension 18 

Reports from the Regions 45-51 

Requirements — energy 8 

— of direct customers 37 

— primary energy 9 

— power v, 8 

primary 4, 5, 9 

Research Division 68 

Research Quarterly 68 

Reserve for stabilization of rates and 

contingencies 5, 23, 30-31, 32 

— provision 28, 30, 31 

statement of 30, 31 

Reserves of power 91 

Residential service 92 

municipal systems 142, 143, 200-243 

rural 41, 42, 132, 136-138 

Resources 3, 4, 5, 9, 88, 89, 90 

see also Capacity, dependable peak 
Retail customers of the Commission. . .21, 33 
— distribution of electricity. 142, 143, 222-243 

— distribution plant 98 

—rates 4, 132, 133 

for M.E.U 200-221 

— service 2, 142, 143 

Retraining at the journeyman level 82 

Revenue — of the Commission. . .vii, 5, 24, 28 

from direct customers 24, 28, 36 

from M.E.U 28, 105-121 

from retail customers 24, 28 

from rural customers 40 

from sales of secondary power 

and energy 5 

net, from sale of primary power 

and energy 28 

—of M.E.U 148-197 

Richard L. Hearn G.S. 

see Hearn, Richard L., G.S. 

Richmond 116, 127, A 184, C 214, D 238 

Richmond Hill. . .48, 116, 127, A 184, C 214 

D 238 
RichviewT.S 64, 65 



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Ridgetown. . . . 116, 127, A 185, C 214, D 23S 

Ripley 116, 127, A 185, C 214, D 238 

Riverside. .45, 116, 127, A 185, C 214, D 238 
Robert H. Saunders — St. Lawrence G.S., 
see Saunders, Robert H., 
St. Lawrence G.S. 

Rockland 116, 127, A 185, C 214, D 238 

Rockwood 116, 127, A 185, C 214, D 238 

Rodney 116, 127, A 185, C 214, D 238 

Rolphton 82 

Rosseau 116, 127, A 185, C 214, D 238 

Rural electrical service 39 

assistance, Provincial 27 

classes of service 40 

customers, number of 41 

energy-consumption 92, 93 

— customers transferred through 

annexation 47 

— Hydro Electric Distribution 

Act, The 4 

—rates 4, 45, 132-135 

— residential service 40, 45 

Russell 116, 127, A 185, C 214, D 238 

Rustproonng 72, 75 



Safety training 82, 83 

St. Catharines. . .46, 116, 127, A 185, C 214, 

D 238 
St. Clair Beach. 116, 127, A 186, C214, D 238 

—River 57, 66 

St. George 116, 128, A 186, C 214, D 238 

St. Jacobs 116, 128, A 186, C 214, D 238 

St. Lawrence River 8 

— Transformer Station 65 

St. Mary's 116, 128, A 186, C 214, D 238 

St. Thomas. . .116, 128, A 186, C 214, D 238 

Sale of secondary energy 5 

Sales of energy 2 

— of power and energy vii 

— of primary energy to direct customers. . .37 
Sandwich East Twp. . . 116, 128, A 186, C214, 

D 238 
Sandwich West Twp. . . . 116, 128, A 187, C214, 

D 238 
Sarnia. .vi, 6, 45, 46, 52, 70, 116, 128, A 187, 

C 214, D 238 

—St. Andrew T.S 64 

—Scott T.S 67 

Saskatchewan 54 

Saunders, Robert H.,- 

St. Lawrence G.S 88,96 

Savings fund 84, 85 

Scarborough Twp.. .48, 65, 116, 128, A 187, 

C 214, D 238 

Schools heated by electricity 33 

Schreiber Twp. . 116, 128, A 187, C 214, D 238 

Seaforth 118, 128, A 187, C 214, D 238 

Secondary energy 5, 9, 28, 90, 92, 93 

sales 38, 93 

Self-protected transformers 42, 43 

Seminars for senior management 82 

Sentinel lighting 39 

program 40 

Service buildings 56 

— entrance capacity 35 

— entrance equipment 42 

Services to customers 42 



Sewage infiltration at Chippawa Canal. . . . 86 

Seymour G.S 88 

Shear loads, measurement of 77 

Shelburne 118, 128, A 187, C 214, D 238 

Shell Canada Limited 139 

Shopping centres 44 

Sidney G.S 88 

Sills Island G.S 88 

Silver Falls G.S 89 

Silver mining industry, power and 

energy supplied 37 

Simcoe 47, 118, 128, A 187, C 214, D 238 

Sinking fund — of the Commission.. . .30-31 

see also Financial Statements 

provision 28, 30, 31 

Sintering fly ash 15 

Sioux Lookout. 118, 128, A 187, C 214, \D 238 
Sir Adam, Beck-Niagara G.S. 

see Beck, Sir Adam, Niagara G.S. 
Smith's Falls. .118, 128, A 187, C 214, D 238 

Smithville 118, 128, A 188, C 214, D 238 

Smoke detection 70, 71 

Soil sampling at Lambton G.S 57 

— sterilization 19 

Solder wipes 18 

Southampton. .118, 128, A 188, C 214, D 238 

Southern Ontario System 54 

South Falls G.S 88 

South March T.S 65 

South Porcupine C 214, D 238 

South River. ..118, 128, A 188, C 214, D 238 

Speakers provided 42 

Spraying operations 73 

— rights-of-way 19 

Springfield. . . .118, 128, A 188, C 214, D 238 

Stability in vehicles 74 

Stabilization of Rates Reserve 29, 30, 31 

Stabilizer, generator-angle 71 

Staff vii 

planning and development 81 

statistics 81 

Standardizing agencies 68 

Standards, heating 34 

Standby service, rates for 45 

Statistical principles used in meter 

sampling 75 

Statistics on staff 81 

Stator-winding failures 17 

Statutes of Ontario, revised 1 

Stayner 118, 128, A 188, C 214, D 238 

Steel furnace 46 

— industry, power and energy supplied . . . .37 
Steel and electrometallurgical industry. . . .37 
Stereoscopic interpretation of aerial 

photographs 19 

Sterilization of soil 19 

Stewartville G.S 88 

Stinson G.S 88 

Stirling 118, 128, A 188, C 214, D 238 

Stoney Creek. .118, 128, A 189, C 214, D 238 

Storage conditions 8 

StoufTville 118, 128, A 189, C 214, D 238 

Stratford. . .45, 118, 128, A 189, C214, D 238 

Strathroy 118, 128, A 189, C 214, D 238 

Transformer Station 64 

Stream-flow conditions 8, 25 

Street lighting 46, 50 

Streetsville. . . . 118, 128, A 189, C 216, D 240 
Stress and vibration studies 70 



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Structural laboratory 76 

—steel 72 

— tests 76 

Sturgeon Falls. 118, 128, A 189, C 216, D 240 

Submarine cable laying 19 

Suburban service 40 

Sudbury, .vi, 5, 50, 63, 66, 118, 128, A 189, 

C 216, D 240 

Summer service 40, 42, 92, 93, 132-138 

Sunderland. . . .118, 128, A 189, C 216, D 240 

Sundridge 118, 128, A 189, C 216, D 240 

Surplus hydro-electric energy 28 

Sutton 118, 128, A 190, C 216, D 240 

Swansea 118, 128, A 190, C 216, D 240 



Talking Points 43 

Tara 118, 128, A 190, C 216, D 240 

Tariff for electrical inspection revised 44 

Tavistock 1 18, 128, A 190, C 216, D 240 

Technical societies 68 

Technological change, effects of 83 

Tecumseh 118, 128, A 190, C 216, D 240 

Teeswater 118, 128, A 190, C 216, D 240 

Telescopic ladder 73 

Television material 42 

Temporary employees, number of 81 

Tensile strength of ground wires 69 

Tension, measurement of 77 

— stringing of conductors 18 

Teraulay Station of Toronto H.E.S 49 

Terrace Bay Twp. . .118, 128, A 191, C 216, 

D 240 
Testing laboratories of Canadian 

Standards Association 43 

Tetanus 86 

Thamesford. . .118, 128, A 191, C 216, D 240 
Thamesville. . .118, 128, A 191, C 216, D 240 

Thermal displacement energy 11, 12 

— insulation of structures 73 

Thermal-electric energy 

generated 85, 88, 89, 90 

— generating facilities 22, 52, 74 

— operations 11 

— production 10 

— resources 88, 89 

Thedford 118, 128, A 191, C 216, D 240 

Thessalon 118, 128, A 191, C 216, D 240 

Thornbury. . . .118, 128, A 191, C 216, D 240 

Thorndale 118, 128, A 191, C 216, D 240 

Thornloe C 216, D 240 

Thornton 118, 128, A 191, C 216, D 240 

Thorold 118, 128, A 191, C 216, D 240 

Thunder Bay District 2 

Thunder Bay G.S 89,98 

Tilbury 118, 128, A 192, C 216, D 240 

Tillsonburg. . .118, 128, A 192, C 216, D 240 

Transformer Station 64 

Timber jack vehicles 20 

Timmins 50, C 216, D 240 

Tordon 19 

Toronto, vi, 5, 6, 48, 57, 61, 63, 65, 66, 67 
118, 128, A 192, C 216, D 240 

— Bermondsey T.S 65 

—Charles T.S 65 

— Dufferin T.S 18, 65, 67 

—Duplex T.S 65 

— Finch T.S 65 

—Main T.S 18 

—Power G.S 62, 88, 96 



Toronto Twp.. . 34, 47, 48, 118, 128, A 192, 

C 216, D 240 
Tottenham. . . . 118, 128, A 192, C 216, D 240 

Tracked vehicles 73 

Trades training 82 

Training facilities for staff 82 

— Iranian staff 80 

Trans-Canada Pipe Lines Limited 139 

Transfer of facilities through municipal 

annexations 40, 48, 49 

— of power from Northeastern region 10 

Transformer capacity requirements of 

residential districts 44 

- — noise 77 

— stations 22, 63-65 

Transistorized radio transmitter 79 

Transmission lines 22, 66-67 

extra-high-voltage vi, 5, 13, 19, 71 

total milage 4, 5, 67 

see also Financial Statements, 
assets, fixed 

— tower footings 70 

Transportation services industry, power 

and energy supplied 37, 38 

Trenton 120, 128, A 192, C 216, D 240 

Trim-lift trucks 20 

Trinidad 80 

Triple Seal Program 34 

Turbine blading modification 9 

— generators for Lambton G.S 58 

Turbines for Harmon G.S 58 

Tweed 120, 129, A 193, C 216, D 240 

Typhoid fever 86 



U 



Ultimate customers, number of 4, 5, 33 

Underground cable 67 

—facilities 47, 49, 50 

— installations 34, 46, 48 

Underwater protective coatings 74 

Union certifications. . . . .* 84 

United Kingdom 81 

— Nations 80 

— States of America vi, 11 

suppliers 11 

Univac II computer 55 

University of Toronto 49 

Uplift capacity of foundations 70 

Uranium as fuel 62 

— mining industry, power and enery 

supplied 37 

Urethane-filled wall units 73 

Uxbridge. . . .48, 120, 129, A 193, C216, D 240 



Vankleek H\\\.120, 129, A 193, C 216, D 240 
Victoria Harbour. . .120, 129, A 193, C 216, 

D 240 

Vehicle operation studies 79 

— metal corrosion 76 

Vehicles 73 

Vibration 17 

studies 70 

Vinyl coatings 75 

Visits to Commission properties 43 

Volta River Authority 80 



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W 

Walkerton 120, 129, A 193, C 216, D 240 

Wallaceburg . . 120, 129, A 193, C 216, D 240 
Wardsville. . . .120, 129, A 193, C 216, D 240 
Warkworth. . ..120, 129, A 193, C 216, D 240 
Wasaga Beach 120, 129, A 193, C 216, D 240 

Water conditions vi 

— pollution 57 

studies 70 

Waterdown . . . 120, 129, A 194, C 216, D 240 

Waterford 120, 129, A 194, C 216, D 240 

Waterloo. . .46, 120, 129, A 194, C216, D 240 

Watford 120, 129, A 194, C 218, D 242 

Watt-hour meter, low load calibrator. .75, 76 
— meters, maintenance of in-service 

accuracy 75 

Waubaushene 120, 129, A 194, C 218, D 242 

Wawaitin G.S 15, 88 

Wax-based compounds for rustproofing. ... 75 
Webbwood. . . . 120, 129, A 194, C 218, D 242 

Weed spray 19 

Welland. . . .46, 120, 129, A 195, C218, D 242 

Wellesley 120, 129, A 195, C 218, D 242 

Wellington. . . .120, 129, A 195, C 218, D 242 

Western Region 2, 45, 46, 56, 64, 134 

Western Regional Office Building 24 

West Ferris Twp. . . 120, 129, A 195, C 218 

D 242 
West Lome . . . 120, 129, A 195, C 218, D 242 

Weston 120, 129, A 195, C 218, D 242 

Westport 120, 129, A 195, C 218, D 242 

West System 1, 2, 137 

Wheatley 120, 129, A 195, C 218, D 242 



Whitby 120, 129, A 196, C 218, D 242 

Whitedog Falls G.S 89 

White River C 218, D 242 

Wiarton 120, 129, A 196, C 218, D 242 

Widdifield Twp 50 

Williamsburg.. /20, 129, A 196, C 218, D 242 

Willroy Mines Limited 139 

Winchester. . . . 120, 129, A 196, C 218, D 242 

R O A 83 

Windermere.. .120, 129, A 196, C 218, D 242 

Winds 12 

Windsor 45, 120, 129, A 196, C218, D 242 

Wingham 120, 129, A 197, C 218, D 242 

Winterizing accessories 78 

Withdrawals from Reserve for 

Stabilization of Rates and 

Contingencies 24, 25, 28, 29 

Woodbridge. . . 120, 129, A 197, C 218, D 242 
Woodstock. . . . 120, 129, A 197, C 218, D 242 

Woodville 120, 129, A 197, C 218, D 242 

World War II 39 

Wyoming. . .45, 120, 129, A 197, C218, D 242 



York Twp 120, 129, A 197, C 218, D 242 



Zadi Lake 60 

Zinc coating transmission towers 72 

Zurich 120, 129, A 197, C 218, D 242 



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